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Topic: Teaching Journalism
Nieman Reports Heads to Journalism Classrooms
By Melissa Ludtke, Editor
Old Newspapers Lead Students to New Discoveries
A valuable collection of historic newspapers is used to put ‘journalistic skills to work on news long dead.’
By Doug Cumming
Credibility Resides at the Core of Teaching Journalism
The challenge involves adjusting to the new rigors of the practice and getting students to think in digital ways.
By Jean Folkerts
Plagiarism Goes by a Different Name on the Web
A journalism class experiences firsthand ‘the slippery new terms being used in our slippery times.’
By Judy Muller
Adapt or Die of Irrelevance
The clash between academic requirements for professors and the education students of journalism need to have grows more intense.
By Karl Idsvoog
Getting Acquainted With Newspapers and Journalism
Students who didn’t read newspapers started doing so, and before long they knew a lot about journalism and were inventing news outlets of their own.
By Susan E. Tifft
Finding a Different Path Into the Newsroom
For Native students, a summer journalism institute, an online newspaper, and internships can lead to full-time jobs.
By Denny McAuliffe
Digital Media Push Images to the Foreground
In the midst of big changes in the working lives of photojournalists, a former news photographer looks at how journalism schools and programs should respond.
By Lester Sloan
Teaching Journalism Students to Value What Is Authentic
‘I thought by sheer will I could be the one teacher who led his students away from plagiarism.’
By Brent Walth
A Student’s Most Memorable Story
In tackling a tough topic—racial relations in a Montana community—a young reporter learned how much good journalism matters.
By Anne E. Pettinger
Native News Honors Project
In a journalism class at the University of Montana, students report from the state’s Indian Country, and their words and images are published.
By Carol Van Valkenburg
1951: How Best Prepare for Newspaper Work?
Nieman Fellows answer the question.
By Edward A. Walsh
The Missourian: A Unique Approach to Teaching Journalism
‘All journalism schools have trouble reconciling vocational goals and academic needs, and the conflict was felt first and most sharply at Missouri.’
By Philip Meyer
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