Tag: journalism professors

by Nathan Gibbs

The best stories across the web on journalism education 1. Should we teach journalism students to be more like Julian Assange? (Charlie Beckett) 2. Are you competing with Facebook during class? (GigaOM) 3. Do school newspapers hold the future of print media? (European Journalism Centre) 4. Tips on getting a student newspaper online (Prof KRG) 5. How journalism [...] more »

by Susan Currie Sivek

While magazine industry professionals struggle to come up with the best ways to use today’s technology, magazine journalism educators are working hard to prepare their aspiring co-workers. Photos and mashup by Susan Currie Sivek. Journalism schools with strong magazine programs have developed innovative courses and assignments to challenge students to think beyond the printed page. [...] more »

by Devin Harner

This piece was co-written by Alexa Capeloto. A couple of days after news broke of Osama bin Laden’s killing in Pakistan, a group of students at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, where we teach journalism, sat in a classroom and talked about how they were first alerted to the story. Most said Facebook. Some [...] more »

by Ivan Oransky

I learned how to be a journalist at my college paper. I didn’t go to journalism school. But I teach at one, and from the time that I became an adjunct at New York University’s Science, Health, and Environmental Reporting Program (SHERP) in 2002, I would periodically think about how to recreate the experience of [...] more »

by Julie Posetti

Education content on MediaShift is sponsored by the USC Annenberg nine-month M.A. in Specialized Journalism. USC’s highly customized degree programs are tailored to the experienced journalist and gifted amateur. Learn more about how USC Annenberg is immersed in tomorrow. An Australian journalism professor has started an online academic journal with a twist: It publishes journalism, [...] more »