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DEAR JOURNALISM STUDENTS: Don't Mean To Intrude, But Your Professor Doesn't Get It

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We had a good laugh in the (virtual) newsroom this weekend when folks started passing around this letter-to-students from a journalism professor at the University of Tampa. The professor, who describes himself as a "college journalism scholar," advised his students not to admire the success of our Deputy Editor Joe...
DEAR JOURNALISM STUDENTS: Don't Mean To Intrude, But Your Professor Doesn't Get It

Journalism students turn to Wikipedia to publish stories | eSchoolNews.com

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Journalism students turn to Wikipedia to publish stories | eSchoolNews.com

JOURNALISM PROFESSOR ACCEPTS "THE BUSINESS INSIDER CHALLENGE!"

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Great news, folks! A few days ago, a journalism professor at the University of Tampa, Dan Reimold, advised his students not to admire the success of our Deputy Editor, Joe Weisenthal, who was named the best finance journalist of 2011 and recently profiled in the New York Times. Joe Weisenthal,...
JOURNALISM PROFESSOR ACCEPTS "THE BUSINESS INSIDER CHALLENGE!"

Why Bob Woodward is wrong about the internet and journalism

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Anyone who has followed the media for the past half century or so knows that Bob Woodward is a giant in the field, one half of the legendary investigative team of Woodward and Bernstein — a man who helped to bring down a U.S. president and defined a generational...
Why Bob Woodward is wrong about the internet and journalism

The BBC and linking part 2: a call to become curators of context

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A highlight of my recent visit with MA Online Journalism students to the BBC’s user generated content hub was the opportunity to ask this question posed by Andy Mabbett via Twitter: ‘Why don’t you link back to people if they send a picture in?’ (audio embedded above and here)....
The BBC and linking part 2: a call to become curators of context

Want to be a reporter? Learn to code

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Prospective journalists need to do more than dig up dirt and craft a good lead. They need to know to program, according to Miranda Mulligan, executive director of Northwestern University’s Knight News Innovation Lab. But journalism students show what she sees as a lack of desire to learn JavaScript, HTML,...
Want to be a reporter? Learn to code

Drones Go To Journalism School

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Journalism programs at the University of Nebraska and the University of Missouri are experimenting with UAVs for reporting and story research. Journalism schools have changed in the past decade. The rise of digital content, smartphones, and the media industry's free-fall chaos are forcing journalism programs to drastically retool a...
Drones Go To Journalism School

Recommended laptops for university students | Ask Jack

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David Brake wants to be able to recommend a laptop to his journalism students (and other students have much the same requirements). They're not necessarily rich, so what kind of system would do the job?Are there any particular laptops that I could recommend to my students? (If anyone wants to...
Recommended laptops for university students | Ask Jack

Twitter: lecture-hall resource or a waste of students' time?

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Lecturers are encouraging students to get tweeting – what have they let themselves in for?Most tutors would go mad if they caught you fiddling on your phone in the lecture hall, but students on media-related degrees are being told to do exactly that.As part of the broadcast journalism programme at...
Twitter: lecture-hall resource or a waste of students' time?

NYT and NYU partner on East Village site

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When I started at NYU, I said there was a project I was going to help with, but I couldn't talk about it. Now it's been announced. Here's the press release: NYTimes.com to Collaborate with New York University for 'Local' East Village Community Site. That's why I started an East...
NYT and NYU partner on East Village site

Paywalls? Journalism students say 'we won't pay'

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Former US newspaper editor John Robinson, who now teaches journalists, writes about newspapers charging for online newspaper access:"As more newspapers move to paywalls, it comes clearer to me that publishers are attempting to use a band-aid to cover a bullet hole."To illustrate his point he relates an anecdote about asking...
Paywalls? Journalism students say 'we won't pay'
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