Tag: student media

by Dan Reimold

Title: Build a Student Media Powerhouse on Digital, Mobile and Social Practical ideas and exercises to kick off your school year and take your student media to a new level Instructor: Dan Reimold, assistant professor of journalism at Saint Joseph’s University To better engage readers, motivate staffers and report the news, student media teams must ramp up their daily […] more »

by Stacy Forster

On Tuesday, June 23, our #EdShift chat on Twitter will cover how student media outlets are confronting the changing landscape in media by shifting their products away from print in favor of the web and social media coverage. In many ways, they’re pushing the envelope ahead of professional news organizations, and in the process, they’re […] more »

by Megan Fromm

If there’s one thing journalism educators, scholars, and practitioners seem to agree on, it’s that the field of journalism education needs help — a new vision, fresh lifeblood, and perhaps a bit of disruptive innovation. Today, much of the dialogue on reinventing journalism education centers on a single concept: the teaching hospital model. Widely discussed as […] more »

by Kate Nash Cunningham

This piece was co-authored by Michael Marcotte. As UNM students returned to classes this spring, many brought the new confidence and ideas they earned last fall by launching the New Mexico News Port, a collaboration spawned by the Online News Association’s Challenge Fund for Innovation in Journalism Education. As described in an earlier post, the two […] more »

by Candace Perkins Bowen

When Common Core State Standards appeared in 2010, after more than two years of development, high school journalism teachers weren’t sure what to think. On one hand, those CCSS English Language Arts college- and career-readiness standards sounded a lot like what they were doing already. For instance, Grades 6-12 — Text types & purposes includes […] more »

by Lily Leung

The best stories across the web on journalism and digital education 1. Vancouver news site offers readers “master classes” (Nieman Lab) 2. A wrap up of journalism ideas from the annual IRE data conference (10,000 Words) 3. Startup Bookrenter becomes Rafter, expands beyond renting books (Forbes) 4. 9 things that can help journalists be better […] more »

by Mark Glaser

It’s holiday time, and that means travel mania, less work and yes, year-end roundups. Yes, they are the lazy way to finish out the year for journalists and bloggers around the world, the ultimate in traffic catnip. But we thought we could take a different approach, doing year-end roundups for each niche we cover at […] more »

by Dan Reimold

Strippers. Shootings. The Oscars. Osama bin Laden. One-night stands. Natural disasters. Asians in the library. And skinny jeans. These are a few of the most prominent buzzwords at the center of the student news stories, columns, online creations, and video rants that went viral in a major way over the past year. Click here to […] more »