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Journalism in the Time of Crisis

Journalism in the Time of Crisis

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is an international symposium to be hosted online this Oct. 22-23 by the Journalism program at Carleton University’s School of Journalism and Communication. We will engage with a global network of experts to examine the nexus between journalism and the COVID-19 pandemic to find lessons for journalism practice and study in the future.
Reporting on the pandemic

Reporting on the pandemic

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The coronavirus pandemic has been the science story of the year. Science writers have grappled with reporting on a story that progressed rapidly and continues to wield a ton of uncertainty. With insight from experienced science journalists and those covering the pandemic, this session will offer science writers and the public an opportunity for mutual understanding, especially as frustration over - and dangers from - misinformation grow.
2020 is a year for the history books, but not without digital archives
10 months ago

2020 is a year for the history books, but not without digital archives

Canada lags behind some countries with preserving public digital records
Meet the high school journalists who kept publishing in a pandemic
11 months ago

Meet the high school journalists who kept publishing in a pandemic

Ontario students on making sure the campus presses kept rolling, bringing youth voices to community journalism and striking out on their own
Memo: Canadian Press president outlines temporary layoffs at PMNA
12 months ago

Memo: Canadian Press president outlines temporary layoffs at PMNA

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The following memo was sent to staff on May 11, 2020 from Canadian Press president Malcolm Kirk
Digital journalism innovations on the pandemic beat
12 months ago

Digital journalism innovations on the pandemic beat

Explanatory reporting, drone journalism and VR help tell the story of the COVID-19 era
Writing About the World in 2020: Dignity and Precision in Language

Writing About the World in 2020: Dignity and Precision in Language

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Learn three decision-making tools to find the most precise words to ensure that all subjects and sources are described with dignity.
Three Things: How Has the Pandemic Taught Us to Cover Health Better?

Three Things: How Has the Pandemic Taught Us to Cover Health Better?

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Our next interview features our health reporter Moira Wyton, who will examine how the pandemic has taught us to cover health better. She will discuss health as more than just what happens in hospitals, racism and its impacts in our healthcare system and how changes to our system are possible, despite how political some aspects of health are.
Reporting on coronavirus: How to use WhatsApp to find communities and stories

Reporting on coronavirus: How to use WhatsApp to find communities and stories

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As an increasing number of people around the world consume, discuss and share news in WhatsApp, it’s become more important for journalists and researchers to understand the conversations that take place on the messaging app.
Journalism and the Pandemic: The Disinfodemic

Journalism and the Pandemic: The Disinfodemic

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How are journalists experiencing the COVID-19 ‘disinfodemic’ and working to counter it?
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