It’s a challenging course for graduate students at UC Berkley’s School of Journalism about the new practices that are redefining journalism. Students are told they will learn about major new trends in online journalism; become fluent in a variety of digital media forms, creating blogs, as well as database-driven news “mashups; and work on a collaborative online news site. It is taught by two instructors with impressive new media experience whose course outline includes their weekly plan for classes and links to online readings and resources that anyone teaching online journalism is certain to find useful.

It’s a challenging course for graduate students at UC Berkley’s School of Journalism about the new practices that are redefining journalism. Students are told they will learn about major new trends in online journalism; become fluent in a variety of digital media forms, creating blogs, as well as database-driven news “mashups; and work on a collaborative online news site. It is taught by two instructors with impressive new media experience whose course outline includes their weekly plan for classes and links to online readings and resources that anyone teaching online journalism is certain to find useful.

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