Education

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Am I responsible for a shitty freelance market?

Yesterday I posted about using Medium as a platform for my second year students. In passing I mentioned that Contributoria also looked like a good bet....

Is the BBC really a useful benchmark for online journalism?

his semester my Monday mornings are spend in the company of our Foundation Degree students and this morning I was talking about Online writing. I spent...

Essential vitamins for your journalism

It’s that time of year again where I find myself doing a tour of various rooms and buildings introducing myself to new students. By a...

Educating the competition out of journalism

Over the last month my department has had a number of accreditation visits. Two of the training councils that, in the UK at least, inspect, accredit...

The value of a journalism degree

[Tweet](https://twitter.com/share)Recently I came across an interesting new blog called [Wannabe Hacks](http://wannabehacks.wordpress.com/). (@wannabehacks) It’s a group blog...

Students don't read newspapers Shock!

[Tweet](https://twitter.com/share)[![Sherlock Holmes in "The Red-Headed League.](https://i2.wp.com/upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/9/99/Redh-02.jpg/202px-Redh-02....

Ignoring icebergs: The NCTJ and sinking ships.

[Tweet](https://twitter.com/share)[![It might be an iceberg but it's a minor in a court case so we ignore it. ](https://i0.wp.com/...

Seesmic and the newspaper debate

[Tweet](https://twitter.com/share)**UPDATE: [Paul has a great blog post summing up the issues.](http://onlinejournalismblog.com/2008/07/23/should-journalism-degrees-still-prepare-students-for-a-news-industry-that-doesnt-want-them/)** Paul Bradshaw has...

Photojournalism Ethics is an ivory tower.

[Tweet](https://twitter.com/share)I’m often reminded as my status as a lecturer. It’s usually in that* ‘it may work for you in...

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