Mount Royal University hosts a panel discussion about using journalism skills to advocate for positive change.
Continue Reading Is there a line between advocacy and journalism?
In May, staff at Imprint were told their lease would not be renewed, a move they say was politically motivated.
Continue Reading Waterloo student paper weighs options as it prepares to leave office of 37 years
Annual award of $25,000 covers travel, reporting and research expenses and a stipend for a journalist.
Continue Reading Applications open for R. James Travers Foreign Corresponding Fellowship
Fahmy was released from prison in Egypt on Sept. 23.
Continue Reading Mohamed Fahmy to join UBC Graduate School of Journalism
Marlene Murphy speaks with a handful of academics who choose to return to the industry after they their submit their students’ marks in May.
Continue Reading Why j-school instructors should return to newsrooms for a summer
Cribb will spend four months in 2016 developing a national program that would have journalism schools across the country collaborating on investigative reporting.
Continue Reading Toronto Star’s Robert Cribb on teaching investigative reporting
Join us July 2 at noon ET for a live chat on being a reporter in a rural or remote area. We’ll talk with Ont.-based Winchester Press reporter Alicia Gosselin and Dali Carmichael of the Northern Journal in Fort Smith, NWT.
Continue Reading Live Q&A: rural and remote reporting with Alicia Gosselin and Dali Carmichael
Gavin Adamson and Tyler Nagel are J-Source’s new education editors.
Continue Reading New education editors at J-Source
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