Posted on March 15, 2013
This post deals with two common assumptions: (1) You need to learn particular software programs (e.g. Dreamweaver) so you can make things for the Web. (2) Journalists work inside corporate content management systems (CMSs), so there’s no need for them to know Web coding. Both of those are incorrect. Let’s proceed.
Posted on June 10, 2011
Journalism educators who teach reporting or writing classes often come to the conclusion that it would be nice to put their students’ work online so that everyone in the class can see one another’s work — and possibly… Read More