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02 May 2016
Over the last few years Kanina Holmes has felt a growing disconnect between the aptitudes and skills we want to cultivate in young journalists and what we can actually cover within curricular,
08 January 2016
In part one of our series on grammar, we get back to basics with a lesson on the parts of speech.Read more
04 December 2015
The future of journalism education is the focus of a new collection of essays just published by the Ryerson Journalism Research Centre.
30 July 2015
There’s a question we hear from parents and their teens considering enrolling in our program that reflects a broader perception in society: “Isn’t journalism dying?”
05 June 2015
Workshop hosted by Journalists for Human Rights and Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres aims to bridge Aboriginal communities with the journalists who report on them.
26 May 2015
Amid declining enrolment numbers, the Stephenville, Nfld., program is moving to the province’s capital after 30 years.
04 November 2014
By Janice Tibbetts A journalism student recently came into my office at Concordia University, musing about leaving the program because of the grim job prospects. She was looking for a lifeline ,some
12 August 2014
Starting out by writing about themselves does not help students elevate their reporting and news-writing skills beyond what they could have attained by spending their three or four years blogging,
27 May 2014
Journalism schools have long considered internships to be a vital part of the real-world experience that help students land paying media jobs after graduation. But should they stop posting
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