Paul Bradshaw – a British journalist, university lecturer and author of the Online Journalism Blog – has created a social networking site for journalism researchers. “It’s an attempt to provide a way for journalism students and academics to get in touch with others researching the same area, exchange ideas and tips, and ask for help on everything from finding relevant literature to sourcing contacts and the best research methods,” Bradshaw writes. “Research is traditionally a solitary, frustrating endeavour. It doesn’t need to be.” More than 100 people from a variety of countries have joined the site as of this posting.

Check it out at: http://onlinejournalismresearch.ning.com/

Paul Bradshaw – a British journalist, university lecturer and author of the Online Journalism Blog – has created a social networking site for journalism researchers. “It’s an attempt to provide a way for journalism students and academics to get in touch with others researching the same area, exchange ideas and tips, and ask for help on everything from finding relevant literature to sourcing contacts and the best research methods,” Bradshaw writes. “Research is traditionally a solitary, frustrating endeavour. It doesn’t need to be.” More than 100 people from a variety of countries have joined the site as of this posting.

Check it out at: http://onlinejournalismresearch.ning.com/

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