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innovation OF THE MONTH. Mateos, Evelyn Brief article Jun 1, 2019 248
UA Has A J-School. Want Your Name on It? Massey, Kyle Aug 6, 2018 1685
True or False: RJI Futures Lab provides fact-checking website for newsrooms. Garcia, Rachael Aug 1, 2018 494
The Changing Landscape for Aspiring Black Journalists: The latest on campus news media's diversity efforts. Stuart, Reginald Feb 22, 2018 1299
J-school students and industry vets tackle the tough questions. Jul 1, 2017 845
Investing in local news: the Lenfest Institute for Journalism announces [dollar]26.5 million of new funding. Jul 1, 2017 446
Venture labor, media work, and the communicative construction of economic value: Agendas for the field and critical commentary: venture labor, the news crisis, and journalism education. Anderson, C. W. Essay May 1, 2017 1631
Influences on job expectations among chilean journalism students. Mellado, Claudia; Scherman, Andres Report May 1, 2017 7839
Tell me a story: teaching empowerment through camp journalism. Toporoff, Jay; Hook, Gary Mar 1, 2017 1886
The accidental publisher: how J-schools are embracing real-world reporting. Culver, Kathleen Bartzen Sep 1, 2015 1927
The Oregonian/Oregon Media Group. Young, Adreana Brief article Aug 1, 2015 149
Unesco dialogue focuses on media info literacy edu journalism'. Brief article Mar 22, 2015 216
Ebert's effort. Davis, Crystal Brief article Feb 26, 2015 115
How to make J-School matter (again): in this excerpt from her forthcoming e-book, Amy Webb outlines a new blueprint for the future of journalism education. Webb, Amy Jan 1, 2015 5077
Criritical thinking. Denton, Frank Nov 1, 2014 796
Wanted: motivated, talented storytellers: journalism schools prepare students for the changing industry landscape. Gallagher, Tim Nov 1, 2014 804
Back in session: after closing J-school three years ago, CU-Boulder approves creation of media college. Yang, Nu Sep 1, 2014 514
Mass communication: a moving target: proposed media program addresses rapid changes in news delivery. Sukin, Gigi Column Jul 1, 2014 1221
De-westernization of media and journalism education in South Asia: in search of a new strategy. Ullah, Mohammad Sahid Report Apr 1, 2014 6452
Critical thinking: J-school students and industry vets tackle the tough questions. Mar 1, 2014 715
Data journalism for all: for journalism provides valuable courses without breaking your wallet. Yang, Nu Brief article Jan 1, 2014 175
Stories to live by: giving voice to people who've never spoken up. Lupsa, Cristian Jan 1, 2014 779
Where's the appreciation for journalists? Mathewson, Joe Essay Aug 1, 2013 699
Brand new J-school. Brief article Jul 4, 2013 105
Moulding industry's image: journalism education's impact on students' professional views. Hanusch, Folker Report Feb 1, 2013 6227
Journalism and "the call to allah": teaching journalism in indonesia's islamic universities and state institutes. Steele, Janet Report Dec 15, 2012 7835
The classroom as newsroom: leveraging university resources for public affairs reporting. Francisco, Tim; Lenhoff, Alyssa; Schudson, Michael Case study Nov 15, 2012 10737
University news sites: investments in civic entrepreneurship. Schaffer, Jan Critical essay Nov 15, 2012 974
Promise, peril of "teaching hospitals". Newton, Eric Critical essay Nov 15, 2012 1715
Australian journalism studies after 'journalism': breaking down the disciplinary boundaries (for good). Harrington, Stephen Essay Aug 1, 2012 3782
Changing course: journalism schools struggle to keep up with rapid changes in the way news is reported. Hu, Helen Jun 21, 2012 1268
BRIEFS. Apr 9, 2012 452
21 Big journalism on campus: J-school students are producing high-level reporting that often makes its way into major news outlets. That's a welcome and important development at a time when the traditional media have reduced their staffs in the face of stiff economic pressures. Downie, Leonard Viewpoint essay Dec 22, 2011 3514
New voices: in its fifth year, journalism project continues to train Hispanics in writing and reporting. Stuart, Reginald Sep 15, 2011 1097
Don't mention corruption, they are British! "For the most part, the areas which the British State does not want examined are still left alone by our serious papers"--British writers Stephen Dorril and Robin Ramsay, who have attempted to unearth some of Whitehall's dirtier secrets. Column Aug 1, 2011 1464
Newsroom of the future: student project showcases evolving journalism landscape. Yang, Nu Aug 1, 2011 399
Critical thinking: J-School students and industry vets tackle the tough questions. Aug 1, 2011 707
Journalism schools: surviving or thriving? Students need more than note-taking skills to enter news media today. Herskowitz, Jean E. Aug 1, 2011 2607
What J-school closures at top universities portend. Babcock, William A. Essay Jun 22, 2011 1155
What's next for journalism education. Ceppos, Jerry Mar 22, 2011 1515
Preparing students for the changing media landscape. Anderson, Doug Mar 22, 2011 779
Ethics defines the professional. Whitehouse, Ginny Mar 22, 2011 904
In defense of the study of journalism history. King, Elliot Mar 22, 2011 943
Why J-Schools aren't doing the job they're supposed to do. Sparks, Wally Mar 22, 2011 934
College newspapers in the 21st century: nurturing a passion for news is the most important job facing college newspapers. Burnham, Lola Essay Mar 22, 2011 760
A former student's perspective: J-Schools can't replicate covering a beat. Smith, Andrew Mar 22, 2011 740
A former student's perspective: from J-School to archeology, Ph.D. Pierce, Elizabeth Mar 22, 2011 677
A former student's perspective: study at a large university. Frehn, Jennifer Mar 22, 2011 731
J-Schools open other doors. Holcomb, Erin Mar 22, 2011 454
American journalism and academia. Speech Jan 1, 2011 3593
Is teaching online technology really a J-school's top priority? Ellis, Eston Essay Dec 1, 2010 332
Schooling journos: in Illinois, student journalists fight second-class status. Pallasch, Abdon M. Sep 1, 2010 741
Apply for a Free Jewish Journalism Class. Brostoff, Marissa Brief article Jul 30, 2010 300
Grooming the next generation. Lum, Lydia Jul 22, 2010 606
Extreme makeover: Industry changes force the nation's journalism schools to reinvent themselves to better prepare students for the demands of the job market. Oguntoyinbo, Lekan Jul 22, 2010 1628
A 'Liberating' experience: J-students cover tough Liberty City for black weekly. Fitzgerald, Mark Apr 1, 2010 466
Ambitious in theory but unlikely in practice: a critique of UNESCO's Model Curricula for Journalism Education for Developing Countries and Emerging Democracies. Freedman, Eric; Shafer, Richard Essay Mar 22, 2010 7182
Re-examination of development communication theory and practice: informing a critique of UNESCO's model curricula for journalism education for developing countries and merging democracies. Freedman, Eric; Rendahl, Stephen; Shafer, Richard Report Dec 1, 2009 6411
Learning about China's changes while teaching journalism: a U.S. journalism professor returns to China--after two decades--and discovers from his students all that has changed and what remains the same. Ross, James Sep 22, 2009 1455
Notes from a new dean: preserving journalism in a tumultuous era. Klose, Kevin Viewpoint essay Jun 1, 2009 824
J-Schools Must Change, Add 'Specialization' and Second Major. Martz, Ron May 15, 2009 990
Medill's Associate Dean Takes Issue With 'E&P' Column on J-Schools. Column Apr 7, 2009 540
College J-Student Wants to Work In....Print. Peterson, Hayley Viewpoint essay Apr 1, 2009 492
Iowa's 'Gazette,' Medill Students Build Interactive News Site. Saba, Jennifer Feb 12, 2009 730
Poynter Institute Names New Managing Director. Brief article Feb 12, 2009 111
Gift to Kennesaw State for Journalism Innovation Center. Brief article Feb 10, 2009 251
UC-Berkeley J-School Dean Search Draws 365 Applicants. Strupp, Joe Feb 2, 2009 478
Moving the classroom into the newsroom: the Anniston Star's creative model for partnership between news outlets and educational institutions. Roush, Chris Feb 1, 2009 3045
Using e-readers to explore some new media myths: an experiment with digital media sets out to see what similarities might be found in how young and old adapt to new technologies. Fidler, Roger Viewpoint essay Dec 22, 2008 1436
Missouri J-School Gets $2 Million Grant For Endowed Biz Chair. Strupp, Joe Brief article Dec 11, 2008 264
WCC, WorkSource aim to service baby boomers; boomers 'retire' to a new career, pursue more education. Henderson, Lance Dec 1, 2008 1388
A dizzying pace: journalism schools race to keep up with dramatic changes in the field. Thornton, Lee Oct 1, 2008 853
The Morton Mintz Fund for Comparative Journalism: established by a gift to Columbia's graduate school of journalism. Brief article Sep 22, 2008 283
A 200-Year-Old Newspaper to Be Displayed at Missouri Event. Brief article Aug 27, 2008 246
Missouri J-School Celebrates Centennial Next Month. Strupp, Joe Brief article Aug 22, 2008 224
Institute of Interactive Journalism Moves to American University. Aug 6, 2008 331
Miami matchmaker: one school's effort to bring pros and students together. Linch, Greg Aug 1, 2008 1132
Here or there, media training is everywhere. Swaffield, Bruce C. Aug 1, 2008 811
Degrees should serve some life skills on the side. Kimbrough-robinson, Carla Aug 1, 2008 802
Capturing a different picture: The New York Times Student Journalism Institute helps to train a new generation of minority newsroom professionals. Nealy, Michelle J. Jul 24, 2008 1342
Rick Rodriguez Named Carnegie Professor at Cronkite School. Brief article Jul 23, 2008 275
University of Florida Unveils Plans for Digital Journalism 'Media Farm'. Brief article Jul 17, 2008 239
Poynter to Expand NewsU Site, via Knight Grant. Brief article Jul 8, 2008 241
Carnegie-Knight Announce New $11 Million Initiative for Journalism Education. Jul 7, 2008 348
SPECIAL REPORT: J-School Confidential. Strupp, Joe Jun 26, 2008 2237
J-School Confidential. Strupp, Joe Jun 1, 2008 2237
ABC News to Train Students at Five Universities. Brief article May 8, 2008 194
Be a fit writer: cut the flab from your stories. Larocque, Paula Apr 1, 2008 781
The smiling subversive: And his crusade to produce better-educated journalists. Kunkel, Thomas Report Feb 1, 2008 869
J-School Deans Want FCC To Require More Local Reporting By Broadcasters. Dec 23, 2007 460
Deans of change: keeping their schools current with the digital revolution, raising enough money to make that happen and putting together diverse staffs are among the challenges facing the people who run the nation's journalism and mass communication schools. Sheehan, Matthew C.; Mihailidis, Paul Oct 1, 2007 2174
Incubating innovation at journalism schools: with the online generation entering college, some key ingredients for new ways of practicing journalism are arriving with them. Lynch, Dianne Sep 22, 2007 1680
Passing along the value of humility: 'students need to be open-minded about the best way to tell each story rather than seeing rich media as mere add-ons to word-driven narratives.'. McKean, Mike Sep 22, 2007 1386
Columbia J-School Announces Education Reporting Fellowship. Strupp, Joe Sep 13, 2007 362
FIU Launches Campaign to Name J-School for Legendary Miami Reporter Gene Miller. Staff, E&P Brief article Aug 23, 2007 210
Preparing students for the newsroom. Stewart, Bonnie Aug 1, 2007 1663
The web's hidden gems: technology often means steep prices, steep learning or both. But a number of recent innovations are free and easy to use, and they offer tremendous benefits for journalists, journalism educators and journalism students. South, Jeff Cover story Aug 1, 2007 2745
Make diversity a curriculum core. Lehrman, Sally Aug 1, 2007 667
Media matters: veteran journalists weigh in on everything from the threats to diversity to the future of how the news is delivered. Report Jul 26, 2007 3095
Manic over multimedia: having technical skills is a plus, but editors and recruiters say "traditional" journalists are still in demand. Stewart, Pearl Jul 26, 2007 1544
Students Go To Town On Makeover. Fitzgerald, Mark Jul 1, 2007 697
Teaching journalism. Kelley, Barbara Jun 1, 2007 17192
Editor's afterword. Biernatzki, W.E. Jun 1, 2007 4178
Lamentations from Northwestern. Pollack, Joe Brief article Jun 1, 2007 281
News Corp. Gives $500,000 to CUNY Graduate School. Strupp, Joe Brief article May 2, 2007 183
Afghans learn how to tell visual stories: founded by a photojournalist, a school and photo agency offer Afghans the opportunity to show their country through their eyes. Beard, Travis Mar 22, 2007 678
Study: Importance of Community 'Citizen Journalism' Sites Growing. Staff, E&P Brief article Feb 5, 2007 171
East greets west: a traveling dean and Chinese journalism students. Kunkel, Thomas Feb 1, 2007 871
Students Study 'Critical' Subjects. Crane, Anna Dec 1, 2006 548
Writing couple: goes back to go forward. Rodriguez, Roberto; Gonzales, Patrisia Nov 16, 2006 914
Spanish Lessons. Fitzgerald, Mark Sep 1, 2006 2837
The great divide: journalism schools around the country are doing their best to churn out students with multimedia skills. But is the industry really ready for them? Birge, Elizabeth Cover story Aug 1, 2006 2091
Experts: students must prepare for future of citizen media: educational pioneers working to figure out journalism's future. Christian, Sue Ellen Aug 1, 2006 1936
Telling a story that no other newspaper will tell: if we don't print these stories about the casino, who will? People need to see this....'. Bloom, Stephen G. Jun 22, 2006 1687
University's FOI project yields scary results. Reader, Bill May 1, 2006 799
Will the meaning of journalism survive? 'Journalism educators are in a state of disquiet, if not distress, at their students' lack of the broad background essential for independent journalism.'. Mencher, Melvin Mar 22, 2006 1328
Teaching journalism for an unknown future: journalism professors work to align essential skills with emerging technology. Finucane, Peg Mar 22, 2006 1461
Old newspapers lead students to new discoveries: a valuable collection of historic newspapers is used to put 'journalistic skills to work on news long dead.'. Cumming, Doug Mar 22, 2006 1032
5 questions you've been asking yourself: Aimee Harris, an employee at The News Journal in Delaware for the past two years, and Mary Hausch, who spent 19 years at the Las Veqas Review-Journal before becoming a professor, answers five questions that have probably been on your mind. Harris, Aimee; Hausch, Mary Interview Mar 1, 2006 2820
SAD formula can turn happy ethical results. Brown, Fred Mar 1, 2006 823
Journalism educators must leap diversity hurdles. Lehrman, Sally Reprint Mar 1, 2006 1700
SDX Foundation grants help 27 students relocate. Mar 1, 2006 460
Media literacy in journalism education curriculum. Hiebert, Ray Sep 22, 2005 2881
Assessing student written communications skills: a gateway writing proficiency test for aspiring journalism majors. Brocato, Mary K.; Furr, Paula F.; Henderson, Martha V.; Horton, Steven G. Sep 1, 2005 3357
We all share blame when students aren't prepared. Skeel, Joe Aug 1, 2005 1578
Importance of an international education: understanding globalization needed to succeed in most of today's journalism jobs. Peck, Lee Anne Aug 1, 2005 1285
Student journalists face constant FOI obstacles. Brief Article May 1, 2005 130
Cross-training students key in multimedia world. Wenger, Deb Halpern Mar 1, 2005 1362
Is public journalism morphing into the public's journalism? Witt, Leonard Sep 22, 2004 5101
Make finding records like music to their ears. Reader, Bill Sep 1, 2004 927
Virtual newsroom gives students look at real world: can video replace the real thing? No, but it's a first step. Christian, Sue Ellen Jun 1, 2004 1517
Report: half of Medill grades are A's. Brief Article Jun 1, 2004 149
University opens low-cost graduate J-school. Brief Article Jun 1, 2004 182
Teaching convergence--but what is it? Educators struggle with ambiguous definitions from the profession. Birge, Elizabeth May 1, 2004 3457
Busy in Wisconsin. Brief Article May 1, 2004 115
QUESTIONS FOR HAMPTON U. Fitzgerald, Mark Brief Article Nov 17, 2003 199
J-schools face funding problems. Brief Article Nov 1, 2003 194
Diversity advancements require change: educators need to plan for the long and short term. Dates, Jannette L. Aug 1, 2003 1367
Pushing for change: educators find new ways to teach diversity and multiculturalism in journalism schools. Nicholson, June Aug 1, 2003 3405
Outside 'the zone': students sometimes need a push to experience new cultures. Whitehouse, Ginny Aug 1, 2003 3568
Disability as diversity: the disabled community is more than a stereotype. South, Jeff Aug 1, 2003 2100
Crossing over: J-schools recruit minority leaders from newsrooms. McQueen, Mike Aug 1, 2003 1653
On the fast track: fellowships send non-journalists of color into newsrooms after an accelerated journalism education. Chircop, David Aug 1, 2003 2776
Diversity also important for campus media: instilling inclusive values early helps prepare journalists for the real world. Wickham, Kathleen Woodruff Aug 1, 2003 1344
Bringing war into the classroom: the Iraq War helps guide journalism students' critical-thinking skills. Kodrich, Kris Aug 1, 2003 1108
Getting past the 'spin' factor: Connecticut chapter program advises journalists about dealing with "media trained" professionals. Jul 1, 2003 576
Establishing a scholarship fund. Brief Article Jul 1, 2003 253
Growing a community: nearly two decades after its controversial start, civic journalism has made its way into newsrooms across the country. Barton, Gina Mar 1, 2003 3638
What is journalism education? a college president rekindles the debate. (Top of the Review). Kunkel, Thomas Jan 1, 2003 761
Journalism at Maryland. Jan 1, 2003 312
Is J-School a joke? (Press & Media). Jan 1, 2003 456
Journalism education. (Journalist's Trade). Dec 22, 2002 542
The worthiness of Bollinger's challenge: `for craft training to be accorded due respect does not mean all else must be shunned.' (Journalism Education). Overholser, Geneva Dec 22, 2002 1027
What should be taught in Journalism schools? An aspiring reporter `doesn't need to learn how--he needs to learn what.' (Journalism Education). Mencher, Melvin Dec 22, 2002 1417
Melding the competing demands of basic skills and emerging issues in journalism: at Berkeley, a professor is using weblogs as a new approach to teaching both. (Journalism Education). Grabowicz, Paul Dec 22, 2002 1154
The bridge between the classroom and journalism: the purpose of journalism education can't be addressed without determining why journalists do what they do. (Journalism Education). Woo, William F. Dec 22, 2002 1095
What journalism schools do best: important lessons are taught in the much-maligned `skills courses.'. (Journalism Education). Day, Nancy Dec 22, 2002 1233
The Sportin' life. (Bylines). Wenner, Kathryn S.; Hines, Christine E.; Schaffer, Sarah Brief Article Nov 1, 2002 172
Happy news only at Hampton U? Fitzgerald, Mark Oct 14, 2002 727
Want a strong college newspaper? This one reached the top after the university eliminated the J-school program. (Developing Minds). LaPlante, Matthew D.; Johnson, Scott Oct 1, 2002 1258
SCSU adds requirements for student journalists. (In-Brief). Brief Article Oct 1, 2002 270
KNIGHT'S AID TOTALS $6.3M. Moses, Lucia Brief Article Sep 30, 2002 104
Journalism and mass communication education at HBCUS: history and current issues. Jeter, Phillip Sep 22, 2002 1644
New graduates: prepare for 'techno-shock': There are big differences between the technology in classrooms and some newsrooms, but basic skills apply to reporting from both locales. (Developing Minds). South, Jeff Mar 1, 2002 1540
Drawing students into the field. (NCEW Foundation). Denton, Tommy Jun 22, 2001 818
Benefactor Knight brothers set high marks. Liebeskind, Ken Brief Article Dec 11, 2000 190
The HELPING HANDS of JOURNALISM. Liebeskind, Ken Brief Article Dec 11, 2000 775
International Journalism 101: A guide for success. BUCKMAN, ROBERT Mar 1, 2000 1751
Doing THE Right Thing. HARVEY, CHRIS Statistical Data Included Oct 1, 1999 4705
Peer Support through Teen Journalism. Blustain, Rachel; McCarthy, Nora Sep 22, 1999 2143
Preparing J-school students for new media convergence. Outing, Steve Jan 2, 1999 907
NIE Coordinators: Nice. Interesting, Enthused. Schiller, Jay Column Jul 11, 1998 1116
Pat Robertson's J-school. Fisher, Marc Mar 1, 1998 3622
Not 'Prop'ped up; California's ban on race preference has no effect on postgrad minority j-schools. Fitzgerald, Mark Sep 27, 1997 425
Countering cynicism. Gough, Pauline B. Editorial Oct 1, 1996 522
Officials who ignore openness statutes rarely pay the price. Niederpruem, Kyle E. Sep 1, 1996 580
Data show j-schools are sitting on a bomb. Cleghorn, Reese Jun 1, 1996 507
Novice advisers get advice. Wolper, Allan May 25, 1996 640
Local news, presidential campaigns, and citizenship education: a reform proposal. Roberts, Robert N.; Eksterowicz, Anthony J. Mar 1, 1996 5290
J-school program in jeopardy. Stein, M. L. Jan 21, 1995 1119
Why teach? Many successful professionals find a welcome home on campus. Rippis, Amy Krieger Apr 1, 1992 1301
I can do it, Superman! Evans, Maureen Apr 1, 1992 1818
Change agents or change opponents? Journalism professors come under fire for not keeping up, or teaching their students how to. Hartman, John K. Apr 1, 1992 935
It's time for trade-school partisans to fight back. Mencher, Melvin Mar 1, 1990 1443

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