This is a cautionary tale about how my course slides, meant for student eyes only, can end up for sale online.
Continue Reading Journalism teachers: attribution is vital for course slides, too
Join us as we talk with Julie Carl of the Toronto Star and Kim Fox of CBS about journalist resumes and portfolios, as well as interview tips and how to get that great internship you’ve been dreaming of.
Continue Reading Live Q&A: Resume Bootcamp with Julie Carl and Kim Fox
The RRJ is launching a fundraising campaign to help finance its yearly print edition. In the meantime, the Ryerson School of Journalism will discuss what the future of that print edition might look like.
Continue Reading Ryerson Review of Journalism examines its options for the future
A new Centre for Free Expression, the first of its kind at a Canadian university, is coming to Ryerson.
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In September 2015 the Stephenville, N.L., school will launch the third of its journalism program offerings: a one-year diploma administered by distance learning.
Continue Reading College of the North Atlantic launches online diploma in journalism
The StarPhoenix reporter on 10 years of covering murder trials and court inquiries.
Continue Reading “As a journalist, you’re not a juror.” Betty Ann Adam on court reporting
An email from the prime minister’s office offered a story with strings attached. For two Ontario journalists, the conditions seemed unreasonable.
Continue Reading Case Studies Collection: the PMO, the Star, the Advance and the “whole off-the-record-thing”
In journalism, going into the field is both routine and expected. Why should student coverage of murder trials be any different?
Continue Reading That time I took my class to cover the Luka Magnotta trial
Despite not taking students this term, the broadcaster’s Regina newsroom is not cancelling the program outright, says the bureau’s managing editor.
Continue Reading CBC Saskatchewan isn’t cancelling its internship program