Mindy McAdams, online journalism prof at the University of Florida, writes this plea to J-Schools: Getting (and keeping) a job in journalism.
“If a student in a j-school today thinks it is okay NOT to learn how to make Web pages, NOT to shoot video, NOT to gather audio, NOT to read and write blogs — then that student is not getting a message that is very, very necessary.”
Read the whole thing. Now. Today. Before you go back to working on your syllabi for the Spring semester or back to shopping for textbooks for your gen-ed classes.
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Monday, I’m posting an interview with Howard Owens that will address a lot of similar issues about the Future of Journalism (said with deep James Earl Jones-esque voice). Look for it.
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