11. Teaching media tools

City University of New York (http://www.journalism.cuny.edu/) have experimented with media tools, teaching with hybrid modules. Jeff Jarvis, CUNY journalism professor, in an article by Nieman Journalism Lab, suggests the following model for teaching journalistic media tools using online instruction, individual and small group tutoring and certification-through-creation: Setting outcomes based on goals: For a student to learn how make web video, for example, we need to research the necessary skills and list the functions and concepts students are required to learn, tool-by-tool and step-by-...
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References and further reading

American Journalism Review: Emily Wordsman (2014) Journalism Schools Add Courses in Sports, Emerging Technology Erdal, Ivar John (2011) Coming to terms with convergence journalism : cross-media as a theoretical and analytical concept. In: Convergence. The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 17:2; 213-224. Make journalism training multiskilled (DW Blogs) Journalism Education Research Website: The project, “Graduate Qualities and Journalism Curriculum Renewal: Balancing Tertiary Expectations and Industry Needs in a Changing Environment” explored the attitudes of...
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