The image I had for JPROF.com during those first weeks was as a giant filing cabinet for information and resources I was gathering about journalism education and how to teach journalism. Journalism: Who, What, When, Where, Why and How had just been published by Allyn and Bacon, and I thought there might be a second edition at some point. I wanted a place to put all the stuff I was pulling together (much of it from my own files of more than 25 years of teaching journalism).
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This Emory and Henry College course gives students the opportunity to explore problems and issues related to the practice of journalism on the news media: the World Wide Web. The course uses Web Journalism: Practice and Promise of a New Medium as its tex
This Emory and Henry College course provides students with the concepts and demands of editing in a professional setting. Students are required to learn the skills of an editor and apply them with practical exercises. The course uses The Complete Editor as its main text.
This course introduces students to writing in a professional environment and to the forms of writing for the mass media. These forms include news stories for print and broadcast, and other types of writing for public relations