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End of semester links for students who follow my blogs

For Web design or  journalism students getting interested in programming, or programmers getting interested in journalism, see my bookmarks tagged with the keywords “Journalism” and “Programming” at delicious.com. For Portrayal of the Journalist in Popular Culture students who need one

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AEJMC conferencing via blog and tweet

While some ear troubles made me sensitive about flying to St. Louis, I still “made it to…” the AEJMC journalism educators’ conference there this past week by hanging out with my laptop and phone tuned to a Twitter “hashtag” of

Posted in AEJMC, Blogging, communication, Education, Journalism, Twitter
  • RT @JacquiB: Entire studies in journalism, corporate climates, power dynamics and generational context could be built around the story behi… 1 day ago
  • RT @ChrisHurstVA: This week the General Assembly meets again and I'm glad that more of my House members are sounding the alarm on ignored c… 3 days ago
  • RT @saragregory: More than a million Virginian baby boomer students learned (a version of) the state's history from textbooks that glorifie… 3 days ago
  • RT @reneebeau: This Pulitzer-winning piece addresses who, what, when, and where. But the big question is why so many men and women, all age… 3 days ago
  • RT @USATODAY: No committee in Congress has gotten more campaign contributions from Facebook's PAC than the one that will question CEO Mark… 1 week ago
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