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16 July 2014
In an effort to combat declining enrollment, Concordia University is considering a graduate program aimed at training students to report for international NGOs. Education columnist Janice Tibbetts
10 June 2014
Pelletier will use the fellowship to explore data journalism and how it can be taught to students at Concordia University in Montreal.
05 June 2014
The sessions include a bear pit session with the top news executives in Canada to discuss the state of our industry, tips on using Google tools, taking video on the smartphone, social media
03 June 2014
It's no secret that journalism is in flux. Layoffs, buyouts, shrinking budgets—this is the reality the industry faces today. So how can journalism schools prepare the journalists of the future? That
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
27 May 2014
In Education Matters, Janice Tibbetts will examine the pressing issues relating to journalism education in Canada.
26 May 2014
UBC journalism grad Jimmy Thomson and a close circle of friends launched Worst, a blog about media, entrepreneurship and millennials. They had access to writers, editors, photographers, illustrators
13 May 2014
Teaching Gen Ys is a challenge. First off, you have to capture their attention when students can access myriad interesting conversations and games on their computers and phones while you natter on at
10 May 2014
J-Source will live blog the #CAJ14 conference. Today's sessions include a workshop on polling, covering mental health, media court challenges, a keynote speech by Melissa Fung, drone journalism, best


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