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Aug 22, 2012 - Posted by Belinda Alzner

Looking for resources to use in the classroom to help you teach the foundations of our craft? Here, Mary McGuire lays out a curated list of tools and resources for teaching the following subjects:

  • Reporting
  • Writing
  • Interviewing
  • Ethics
Jun 28, 2010 - Posted by Dana Lacey
From API to cloud computing to XML, PoynterOnline has created a glossary of tech terms every journalist should know...
Jul 28, 2009 - Posted by Regan Ray
EditingTrying to imagine the best way for a story to unfold before a reader’s eyes is first and foremost in any editor’s mind when handling a lengthy manuscript, writes Bill Reynolds. Using five personal examples, Reynolds shows how structuring narrative changes depending on the material.
Jul 10, 2009 - Posted by Regan Ray
The Reuters Handbook of Journalism is "the guidance Reuters journalists live by," according to Dean Wright, global editor, ethics, innovation and news standards for the news agency. The Reuters Handbook is now available to the public for free online...
Jun 16, 2009 - Posted by Larry Cornies
Rod McQueenRod McQueen made the pilgrimage from newsrooms to bestseller lists 12 books ago. The former Maclean's business editor offers his advice to would-be fellow travellers.
Feb 08, 2007 - Posted by Julie Ryland
The Officer of the Commissioner of Official Languages works "to promote and expand the dialogue between all the members of our society."The site presents several issues and news, in articles such as the "Social Fabric of Canada," and the symposium "Visions and Challenges for the 21st Century." Other resources on the website include information about language rights, the Federal Legislation on Official Languages and publications.
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