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Carnival of Journalism: How universities can fill information needs

Thursday, January 20th, 2011

This post is the second of mine in the┬áCarnival of Journalism. The first is here. I had a media literacy course in community college. It was an elective. I liked it. It was cool. I don’t remember much from it, though. I also had a critical thinking course at the same college. It was a […]


CollegeJourn’s global collaborative reporting project

Saturday, August 29th, 2009

The weekly CollegeJourn chats can generate some massive ideas. Like the┬áBring-A-Professor night last February, where we asked educators, professionals and students alike how they would like to see journalism schools change. This time, we’re breaking out of the navel-gazing. Let’s stop talking about journalism and do some journalism. We talked last Sunday about ideas for […]


Even more ideas for journalism in the classroom, courtesy AEJMC

Sunday, August 23rd, 2009

I came back from the AEJMC conference full of ideas. I think my panel on social media with Dan Gillmor and Sandeep Junnarkar went really well, though Jeff Jarvis had to cancel for health reasons. First, what I told the educators (in addition to the points in my last post): Try BarCamps. Let the students […]

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