Main issues

How to teach production of live web projects

In the context of the decline of the number of jobs in the traditional media market and increasing pressure from employers on journalists to create content for several different media, journalis... Read More...

Agreements with external media

Engage external media to publish students’ work and to help create bonds between the industry and the university in order to stimulate production and innovation.

The tipsheet refers to R... Read More...

Transmedia journalism or when 1+1+1+1 = 1

In this tipsheet we can find recommendations on how to include transmedia/crossmedia/multiplatform production routines into regular subjects in journalism teaching curricula.

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Tripartite conference on journalism

Journalists, students, and researchers: 3 groups, 3 days in one place. The example of French “Assises internationales du journalisme et de l’information”.

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How to work with Amateur web content?

The use of amateur web content needs to be assessed against the risk of using false, propagandistic or offensive information, or risking the safety of the informant.

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Professional Profile on Social Media

Social media profiles: What journalism students should learn about their profiles on social media.

Advice for the teaching of ‘professional use of social media’; indeed, about ... Read More...

Teaching coding to journalism students

Teaching coding, mark-up languages, styling and system design principles to students with a non-technical background: This tipsheet is a recommendation derived from point n°8 of the St... Read More...