Journalism Pedagogical Framework Report: IJIE Integrated Journalism in Europe Project

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Abstract

The aim of this report is to share inspiration and ideas among European universities and journalism schools.
The report is an output from the Work Package 4 of the IJIE project, a Lifelong Learningproject supported by the European Union.
In 2014, the IJIE project produced a State of the Art publication with a set of recommendations. We have expanded and developed these findings establishing a range of hands-on and realistic tipsheets from the consortium partners' own curricula, along with the description of selected model courses from other universities and journalism schools. As such, this report can serve as a catalogue of inspiration, including relevant tips and teaching material.
Headlines from this report include:
- Large cross-platform newsrooms of 70-80 students
- External partnerships and university publications
- Motivation and learning: the power of media related topics
- Newsroom design – the physical space for teaching integrated journalism skills - Collaboration: group size and group composition
- Entrepreneur-ship and intrapreneur-ship – competitive and real-life
- Social media: the new ethics.
- Social media – professional profiles for journalists.
- The journalism teachers' professional development and commitment
- Computer programming – anarchy, and shortcutting the system
- Event-based teaching
All underlying material (tipsheets and model course descriptions) is available in its entirety online, at http://learning.euromain.net.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
UdgivelsesstedAarhus
ForlagDanmarks Medie- og Journalisthøjskole
Antal sider19
StatusUdgivet - 1 jun. 2015

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  • journalistik
  • undervisning

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