Monthly Archives: March 2015

Going international

The emails arrive daily, sometimes more than one. Someone from South Africa, India, Singapore, Finland, the United States or some other country has just searched for me on Google or Bing, they say, and found one of my papers on … Continue reading

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How do I love you Poynter? Let me count the ways.

The Poynter Institute is celebrating the 10th anniversary of NewsU, the online courses it offers, often free of charge, to student, professional and citizen journalists. They asked those of us who use NewsU to write something about how it has … Continue reading

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Journalism education and democratic practice (redux)

Originally posted on Emergent Journalism:
Last week at this time I was in Dayton, Ohio as part of a Journalism Educators Research Exchange group organized by the Kettering Foundation, which is headquartered in Dayton for a discussion about ensuring that…

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