Teaching resources for instructors: New Media
Looking for resources to use in the classroom to help you teach new and emerging trends in journalism? Here, Mary McGuire has curated a list of tools and resources for teaching the following:
- Online journalism educator Mindy McAdams' collection of blogging resources for journalism educators.
- Online journalism trainer Steve Buttry's advice for journalists about live-blogging.
- British journalism educator, Paul Bradshaw's presentation about blogging and tweeting for journalists.
- Matt Demers, a digital journalism specialist with liveblogging company ScribbleLive, has prepared this sample curriculum for liveblogging that instructors can use when teaching the skill to students.
- The Knight Digital Media Centre's tutorials about using social media for journalists.
- Steve Buttry’s advice for journalists about the ethics of using social media networks for reporting.
- Columbia University’s Sree Sreenivasan's tips for journalists using Twitter.
- The Knight Digital Media Center’s tutorials for multimedia journalism and storytelling.
- Tip sheets for multimedia journalism from Poynter.
- A guide for journalists on gathering and using audio for multimedia projects.
- The Knight Digital Media Centre’s list of resources for teaching data visualization.
- Online journalism educator Mindy McAdams' web resources for teaching data journalism.
- British online journalism educator, Paul Bradshaw’s list of data journalism tools.
Last updated August 27, 2012