The Internet has become prevalent nowadays as one of the most powerful tools of communication, especially among millennials. Unfortunately, there seems to be an issue as to how millennials use the internet. Unintentionally spreading fake news and a lack of information are just some examples. This opens up the need for millennials to learn responsibility as “netizens”, and the fight for this goes on through The Millennial Bucket List: A Responsible Netizen Seminar.
This seminar aims to cultivate a group of well-informed netizens through topics like: responsible information dissemination, the fight against fake news, and catalysts for a more informed citizenry. Also, it will feature blogging basics, including: tips on starting a blog, injecting creativity in your personal branding on social media, and using content advertising and marketing in blogs.
Speakers include Joeberth Ocao, assistant news and online editor for The Freeman, and Doyzkie Buenaviaje, blogger for IluvCebu and lifestyle writer for Cebu Daily News. Organized by the Carolinian Communication Society (CCS), Millennial Bucketlist: A Responsible Netizen Seminar will be held on July 22, 2017 at the Rudolf Rahmann Cultural Center, USC South Campus.