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A guide to computer-assisted reporting

An article, from the Poynter Institute, about how computer-assisted reporting enriches newspaper stories.
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Launching online journalism courses

More from the Online Journalism Review about launching online journalism courses at the university level, which includes interviews with Canadian as well as American instructors.
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More syllabi for computer-assisted reporting courses

A broad collection of links to a variety of university-level computer-assisted reporting courses.
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Resources for teaching online journalism

The Online Journalism Review published a list of resources for teaching online journalism in 2004, which includes a links to course syllabi, including Canadian ones.
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Frontline

A collection of resources for anyone looking for thought-provoking television journalism from PBS.
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What radio reporters can teach print reporters about writing

An article from Poynter Online about how one print reporter learned to write better, tighter and shorter from following the advice of radio reporters.
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So, you want to teach journalism

This tipsheet from a journalist-turned-teacher acts as a great checklist for anyone making the transition from the newsroom to the classroom, covering everything from syllabus preparation to student management.
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Five steps to multimedia reporting

This site offers a series of tutorials for journalists who want to learn how to produce stories in the field using audio, video, photos and web design tools. The detailed instruction about shooting and editing video and audio make this site useful for broadcast instructors, too. This site is sponsored by The Western Knight Center for Specialized Journalism program, which offers workshops to mid-career journalists to enhance their expertise and multimedia skills.
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No Train No Gain: A library of resources for j-trainers

No Train, No Gain is a website initiated by a Freedom Forum report in 1993 in which newsroom trainers provide a huge range of resources for newsroom trainers which could be useful to journalism educators. The site offers training tips and handouts on everything from writing and editing, to numeracy and newsroom management.
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Online journalism awards

Each year the Online News Association and the USC Annenberg School for Communication issue awards in a wide range of categories honoring excellence in digital journalism. The link above provides a list of links to the the most recent finalists and winners. Elsewhere on the page, find links to the winners in previous years.
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