Department of Informatics

Lund University School of Economics and Management

INFN55, Social media and Enterprise 2.0

Informatics, 7.5 ECTS credits

The course is under development and will be offered on the Master's programme in Information Systems and to exchange students.

Course description

The course looks to what is entailed with social media, emergent social software platforms, and Enterprise 2.0. It examines how social media can be used as an important influencing tool, looking to both how different stakeholders can use ICT to influence organizations and opinion-builders as well as to the risk management needed in order to safely utilize this tool.

The course further looks to how organizations can utilize Enterprise 2.0 solutions to communicate, coordinate, and collaborate internally as well as externally and by doing so reach a different audience than with traditional media, and ultimately how this will transform communication, coordination, and collaboration internally as well as externally.

Finally the course covers critical reflection of what it means to be connected to any social network and how this can influence you today as well as tomorrow. After completion of course objectives the student will have the ability to critically analyze the risks and rewards involved with using social media, emergent
social software platforms, and Enterprise 2.0 personally as well as within an organization. 


Linda Öberg
Web coordinator, coordinator
Phone: +46 46 222 39 88
Room: EC2-273

Linda Öberg

Additional information

Advanced level A1N
Teaching language: English
Offered: TBA


Schedules for all our courses are published electronically in TimeEdit.

You find instructions how to search for your course schedule in the pdf-document TimeEdit - find your schedule.