Mary Caton-Rosser, Ph.D., assistant professor of Mass Communication at Black Hills State University, with research specialty in media literacy and specifically citizen media.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Blogging for Politics: A Cacophony of Voices during the 2008 Presidential Election

This study followed political blogs and gathered data at four newspaper websites: Billings Gazette, Rapid City Journal, Minneapolis Star-Tribune, Denver Post, applying ideas from Habermas, de Tocqueville and others.

Article: Print

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Article: Electronic

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The Need For Assessment: The Double-edged Sword of Online Technologies in Higher Education

Today faculty and students face challenges with rapidly advancing online technologies — the communication channels can be double-edged swords depending on the quality of the transmitted messages and information.

Article: Print

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Published online: November 26, 2014

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Mobilizing Faculty to Engage Social Media as an Instructional Tool: A How-to Experience that Produced an E-book

Three professors mobilized their colleagues to use social media as an instructional tool and enhance student engagement. The combined efforts produced an e-book of effective applications across disciplines.

Article: Print

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Published online: August 6, 2015

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