Monthly Archives: November 2008

A Challenge

Hi all — It’s been quite a couple of weeks in the world of journalism. PC Magazine is following the lead of the Christian Science Monitor, becoming the latest publication to accept the writing on the wall in making the … Continue reading

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Adventures in podcasting

–from BJ Roche Sometimes a production comes together in ways you couldn’t have imagined. In Writing for the Web, the assignment was to write an essay for This I Believe, Students had to write a three-minute essay and then produce … Continue reading

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Does the Delivery Method Matter?

Hi everyone — We have a great ‘future’ discussion going on the previous post, so please keep posting. I had an interesting discussion with students in Jim Foudy’s 300 class Wednesday night where we were talking about how journalism and … Continue reading

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Journalism Is Changing, So How Do We Teach It?

Friends, Students, Colleagues, Fellow Educators — The question in the headline is one we’re examining here at UMass and as we go about gathering information, we were curious to hear what folks had to say. We’re certainly not the first … Continue reading

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Election Night Multimedia

A pretty cool use of Twitter to keep track of Election Night issues. And check out this CNN feature and this New York Times app. Here’s an interesting use of tag clouds by the New York Times and an interesting … Continue reading

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