Professors tend to believe their students don’t want to do math. As a result, more frequently used tools like social media are emphasized, leaving new reporters behind on complex analysis tasks valued (if underutilized) by newsrooms
At a time when journalism faces a range of threats, Canadian journalism educators are building stronger links with each other and with fellow educators around the world to promote and bolster quality journalism education.
Currently administered by Carleton University’s journalism…
By Badri Murali
After Marco Chown Oved finished his master’s in philosophy at the Sorbonne, in Paris, he was looking around for work. He was not particularly looking for a career in journalism, but when a friend told him of…
J-Source, led by the journalism programs at Toronto Metropolitan University and Carleton University, is supported by the post-secondary journalism programs at member institutions of J-Schools Canada/Écoles-J Canada,the R. Howard Webster Foundation and a group of donors.
French-language publication Projet J, hosted by J-Source, is led by the journalism program at the Université du Québec à Montréal and funded by a group of donors.