Student Survey Were you aware the history department had a blog?*YesNoAre you connected to the history department on Facebook?*YesNoI didn't know there was a history department Facebook pageWhat type of content would you like to see on the history department blog (this site) and Facebook page?* Profiles of senior thesis writers and their projects Reports on class field trips Notice of upcoming departmental deadlines Examples of online projects students have done for history classes Announcements of faculty research publications Would a Facebook connection to the history department be helpful?*YesNoWould you be interested in a social media "internship" with the history department, in which you would create content for the blog, Facebook page, and Twitter?*YesNoIf you are interested in a social media "internship" would you prefer:*Academic creditPayWould you be interested in competing for a history department "social media/digital humanities" prize?*YesNoHave you taken any history courses with a compelling digital presence or assignment? If so, did the digital component enhance your intellectual engagement with the course materials and your overall quality of work?These could be courses with blogging, tweeting, instagramming, map creation, timeline development - basically anything online but not through Moodle.Will you let us know who you are?Especially if you want to be contacted about a social media "internship" with the history department. First Last Can we add you to the history department mailing list?