Posted on June 15, 2014
When you have a free WordPress.com blog, you can make it private, limiting it to only people you select. You can also allow multiple authors, editors, or a mix of roles on a free WordPress.com blog, whether it is… Read More
Posted on April 28, 2013
In non-TV news organizations today, we see mostly one of two choices for video (or both of these):
iPhone (more than any other phone or small device)
DSLR (various models)
All the smaller video cams seem to have fallen out of favor. Only TV and feature-length documentary makers use high-end video cameras.
What does this mean for teaching in j-schools? Some great minds in multimedia journalism education have been discussing that on the Facebook group “ONA Educators,” in response to a question posted on April 25, 2013. With permission of those named, here is what they said.
Posted on April 26, 2013
In the semester now ending, I taught a course in coding for journalism students. You can see the detailed course schedule online. Here are all the PowerPoints I showed in that class. You can view them on SlideShare… Read More
Posted on April 25, 2013
These are the most-viewed posts on this blog in the past 30 days: 10 examples of bespoke article design and scrolling goodness 10 Rules for Visual Storytelling Advice to journalism students: Forget grad school! Recording phone interviews: A… Read More
Posted on April 23, 2013
It’s hard work making sure a journalism curriculum remains relevant. Here are “four essential components to the new curriculum for teaching news and communication,” according to Tom Rosenstiel, executive director of the American Press Institute and co-author of… Read More
Posted on April 14, 2013
What is Git? How do you get Git? How do you use Git? If you ever need to share a site or a project with other people, GitHub provides an easy way to do it. This post covers Git and GitHub for absolute beginners.