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21 February 2007
An article from Poynter Online about how one print reporter learned to write better, tighter and shorter from following the advice of radio reporters.
21 February 2007
This tipsheet from a journalist-turned-teacher acts as a great checklist for anyone making the transition from the newsroom to the classroom, covering everything from syllabus preparation to student
21 February 2007
This site offers a series of tutorials for journalists who want to learn how to produce stories in the field using audio, video, photos and web design tools. The detailed instruction about shooting
21 February 2007
No Train, No Gain is a website initiated by a Freedom Forum report in 1993 in which newsroom trainers provide a huge range of resources for newsroom trainers which could be useful to journalism
21 February 2007
Each year the Online News Association and the USC Annenberg School for Communication issue awards in a wide range of categories honoring excellence in digital journalism. The link above provides a
20 February 2007
A paper published in Journalism Studies in 2001 that argues there are striking similarities between the U.S. and Canadian systems of journalism education, as well as significant differences. Among
20 February 2007
Two university professors in Minnesota are using a graphically-sophisticated computer game, produced by a Canadian gaming company, in which the students transform the medieval wizards and rogues into
20 February 2007
"When it comes to teaching convergence, it's no longer 'if' but 'how,'" says this Online Journalism Review piece based in part on discussions at a Poynter Institute seminar. For one thing, it's time
26 September 2006
The link below will take you to a page of books recommended for journalism educators, organized by subject — from teaching print, broadcast and online journalism to style guides and handbooks. The

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