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The Journalism Education Association is the largest scholastic journalism organization for teachers and advisers. Put simply, we educate teachers on how to educate students. We fulfill this goal through numerous activities: We provide training around the country at national conventions and institutes. We offer national certification for teaching high school journalism. We publish print and...
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Journalism Education is the journal of the Association for Journalism Education, a body representing educators in HE in the UK and Ireland. The aim of the journal is to promote and develop analysis and understanding of journalism education and of journalism, particularly when that is related to journalism education.
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The World Journalism Education Council (WJEC) is a coalition representing 32 academic associations worldwide that are involved in journalism and mass communication at the university level. By bringing organizations from six continents together, the Council hopes to provide a common space for...
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“Good journalism education prepares students for the workforce, because it gets them into the world. Few other majors offer the hands-on experience that a good journalism school like ours can provide. Our students leave this place with a portfolio of work, and with connections in the community....
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The Maynard Institute, in its support of diversity in the workplace, has helped many minority journalism students on their way towards getting jobs in journalism. As a result, through journalism classes and cultural diversity, the institute has changed the face of American Journalism. Visit today...
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The IJEA Chair of the Legislation Committee, Stan Zoller, sends this update after the full Illinois Senate's unanimous passage of HB 5902 on May 27: The Senate passed HB5902 today by a margin of 51-0-1. The next step is to get concurrence in the House before it goes to the governor's desk -- the final and seemingly most difficult st... Video: Here’s what’s so great about the IJEA All-State...
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As you know, teaching journalism can be a real challenge. It can be hard for any journalism educator, but especially those who are new or in districts what may be resource-challenged. That's one of the reasons the JEA offers a one-day workshop at each convention for new advisers who are minorities, teach in minority-majority schools, or in an under-served district. The Outreach Academy gives...
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“Shaping the future of News Media” aims at covering new perspectives of media ecosystems and promoting interaction and discussion among academics, professionals and educators interested in fostering quality and innovation in the field of journalism as well as expanding research networks among scholars working in the field of digital journalism, media education and the journalistic practice. The...
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Applications are invited for a full time Lecturer in Journalism Sports Broadcast Journalism to contribute to the academic development, course management, teaching, research development and scholarship within the School in the area of broadcast journalism in general, with specific knowledge and understanding of sports journalism. UCLan is one of the UK’s top journalism Schools – […]. The AJE...
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Congratulations to all of the student media staffs and individual students from Washington state who took awards at the National High School Journalism Convention in Los Angeles. The Ballard Talisman took first place in the Best of Show competition for newspaper tabloid of 17 or more pages -- and who did that newspaper just edge out? Inglemoor's Nordic News. And dozens of Washington students...
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Rutas del Conflicto, a project created in 2014 that collected information from more than 700 massacres committed in Colombia, has worked on a methodology that seeks to incorporate citizen journalism based on an exercise of data journalism. Through a combination of tools including an app for mobile devices, partnerships with radio and television stations in remote areas, and making their...
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Journalism courses, qualifications, awarding body. The NCTJ accredits courses that train journalists for the fast-changing multimedia industry. The NCTJ is determined to improve access to careers in journalism for the brightest and best, whatever their background. We must do all we can to ensure that the press box and broadcast studios across sports are open to more women journalists. We teamed...
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This blog will feature articles about current issues facing an ASJMC administrator. It will be updated weekly, and posts will be archived for viewing at any time. Featured articles feedback is encouraged. Read More > >. Handling and preventing incivility, insubordination, hostile climate, and crisis management. Building inclusivity, diversity, multiculturalism, and alumni networks. Read More >...
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We have a pipeline problem for people with data and programming skills for journalism. There are great organizations and institutions making tremendous headway, but we need an industry-wide solution for educating the next generation of journalists. For Journalism is an effort to equip every student, mid-career journalist, professor, graduate student with the knowledge they need to learn...
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The Journalism project of the Pew Research Center publishes research on who is reporting the news and what new players are emerging; what is being reported on. About Pew Research Center Pew Research Center is a nonpartisan fact tank that informs the public about the issues, attitudes and trends shaping America and the world. It conducts public opinion polling, demographic research, media...
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This is the digital media resource of the Journalism Education Association. The National Scholastic Press Association released their 2016 Broadcast Pacemaker finalists. You can check out the 12 finalists here on. On Thursday, Mashable posted an article giving casual Snapchat users some tips to help supercharge their storytelling skills. The post. Both for going to and coming from a conference,...
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Supporting and connecting journalists reporting on report on responses to social problems without fluff, advocacy, or PR. Learn about what’s working in your field, contribute to the body of knowledge around best practices, and connect with investigators and others on the front lines of social change. Learn More. See how leading newsrooms are integrating solutions journalism into their coverage,...
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Dedicated to improving the quality and quantity of education coverage to create a better-informed society. The Santa Monica-based Milken Family Foundation seeks a talented and experienced media relations professional for the Media Relations Manager position. Serving as a key member of a highly collaborative Communications team and reporting to the Senior Vice President, this position will be...
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Industry: Act on Climate Change; stop using coal Australia’s top climate scientists have written to the Prime Minister and coal industry CEOs, urging them to take responsibility for their role in climate change and to shut down coal-fired power stations – the major source of greenhouse gas emissions in Australia. UTS journalist Elaine McKewon reports – Read more… NGOs Hold Breath While Denmark...
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When it comes to diversity in news organizations, Sarah Alvarez is taking action. Alvarez's organization, Outlier Media, is dedicated to providing data and valuable information to low-income communities. We talked to Alvarez about diversity in newsrooms and how newsrooms can achieve diversity of news. Newspapers have explored a variety of options to keep costs down, but outsourced copy-editing...
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