Instead of the usual tips for writing a great lead or landing a great interview, a British journalism professor has come up with rules for how to be journalism students. He tells his students, for example, to learn to use the phone, rather than depend on e-mail. He encourages them to develop interests in things other than music. Paul Bradshaw is a senior lecturer in online journalism and magazines at the University of Central England in Birmingham and his tips are universal. They are posted at his blog, the Online Journalism Blog.

Instead of the usual tips for writing a great lead or landing a great interview, a British journalism professor has come up with rules for how to be journalism students. He tells his students, for example, to learn to use the phone, rather than depend on e-mail. He encourages them to develop interests in things other than music. Paul Bradshaw is a senior lecturer in online journalism and magazines at the University of Central England in Birmingham and his tips are universal. They are posted at his blog, the Online Journalism Blog.

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