Journalism Education

Journalism Education

Visualize news stories with these top tips

Five tips for telling a great visual story, Instagram wants a larger — and experienced — editorial staff and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.

IJNet | February 06, 2015

Seven worldwide journalism fellowships to apply for in 2015

Completing fellowship applications can be time-consuming. To avoid having to rush through the process, start preparing for these upcoming 2015 opportunities ahead of time.

IJNet | December 29, 2014

Bridging the gap between hard numbers and data journalism

New to data journalism? Temple University data journalism professor Meredith Broussard explains the basics behind the numbers and equations.

Meredith Broussard | December 26, 2014

Advice from 6 journalists to guide you into the new year

Advice for journalists in 2015 includes exploring new tools, such as the anonymous app Yik Yak, and getting into the mindset of service design.

Ashley Nguyen | December 23, 2014

How to get in to your ideal journalism school

Two associate admissions directors from Columbia University and CUNY Graduate Schools of Journalism offer advice to those considering a master's degree in journalism.

Leigh Anne Tiffany | December 05, 2014

A roundup of trends that are changing journalism

New York University journalism professor Jay Rosen rounds up the current trends he expects his students to master by the semester's end. 

Jay Rosen | December 02, 2014

Seven journalism opportunities to apply for in December

Looking to expand your journalism toolkit, take on a new beat or receive recognition for your work? Check out these promising courses, fellowships and competitions with deadlines in December. Each is open to journalists worldwide.

IJNet | November 21, 2014

10 audio storytelling tips to echo the podcasting boom

In this week's Digital Media Mash Up by the Center for International Media Assistance, tips for creating rich, audio storytelling, the recent boom for podcasters and more.

IJNet | November 07, 2014

Comparison tool JuxtaposeJS creates a visual for stories that show change

As a freshman, Northwestern University student Alex Duner worked with the Knight Lab to create an open-source image slider for journalists to compare before and after shots.

Ashley Nguyen | November 06, 2014

Stanford focuses on data in 'refreshed' journalism curriculum

Stanford University continues to grow its journalism program by adding more courses on analyzing data and how to incorporate it into reporting.

Ashley Nguyen | October 29, 2014