Digital Journalism and New Media

Fall Semester 2018

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The Message:Great Stor. Jour
JOUR.1023.A
Camp, MichaelW06:30PM-09:20PM
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[1. Journalism]This course will introduce students to a range of works of print and broadcast Journalism to allow them to understand the scope, purpose, and influence of stories in the journalistic tradition. Students will respond to these works in writing and post their responses in an online discussion forum.

Fundamentals of Effective Writ
JOUR.1113.A
Tunney, MarkT TH11:30AM-12:50PM
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[1. Journalism]Vigorous and clear writing is the foundation for all forms of digital journalism and new media production. This writing intensive course develops fundamental skills for effective writing and storytelling. This is a required course for all students pursuing a major in Digital Journalism and New Media.

Fundamentals of Effective Writ
JOUR.1113.B
Staff, M W F11:30AM-12:20PM
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[1. Journalism]Vigorous and clear writing is the foundation for all forms of digital journalism and new media production. This writing intensive course develops fundamental skills for effective writing and storytelling. This is a required course for all students pursuing a major in Digital Journalism and New Media.

Media, Ethics and the Law
JOUR.2063.A
Camp, MichaelT TH11:30AM-12:50PM
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[1. Journalism]This course will introduce students to the freedoms and responsibilities of journalists in Canada. Topics include press freedom and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, publication bans, defamation, confidentiality of sources, investigative reporting and the law. Students will be introduced to the fundamentals of court reporting.

The Toolbox I - New Media
JOUR.2113.A
Dickson, DonaldT TH02:30PM-03:50PM
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[1. Journalism] This course introduces students to multi-media storytelling, including recording and editing sound and video.

Through the Lens
JOUR.3013.A
Dickson, DonaldT TH01:00PM-02:20PM
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[1. Journalism] This course will explore the use of photography and video in new media, and how stories are told through the lens. Prerequisite: JOUR 2123 or permission of professor.

The Power of Narrative
JOUR.3033.A
Wong, JanM W02:30PM-03:50PM
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[1. Journalism] This course explores the use of narrative in various media, and how storytelling remains the primary form of communication in the multi-media world.

Digital Journalism
JOUR.3153.A
Tunney, MarkM04:00PM-06:50PM
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[1. Journalism] This course explores developments in digital journalism that have fundamentally changed the nature of publishing and journalism, and the role of journalism in the new media landscape. Prerequisite: JOUR 2123 or permission of professor.

Business Journalism
JOUR.3803.A
Wong, JanM W04:00PM-05:20PM
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[1. Journalism]This course examines the fundamentals of business and economic reporting to demystify economics - macro and micro; financial markets, and international trade. It provides basic reporting expertise, including how to conduct interviews to reading balance sheets, annual reports, and financial statements. Other topics may include covering specific beats such as labor, workplace issues, small business, banking, taxation, real estate, and personal finance.

Senior Seminar in Journalism
JOUR.4106.A1
Wong, JanT02:30PM-05:20PM
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[1. Journalism] Students will produce community-based digital journalism projects supervised by faculty and explore the ethics of producing journalism in the public interest.

Winter Semester 2019

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The Message:Great Stor. Jour
JOUR.1023.B
Camp, MichaelT TH11:30AM-12:50PM
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[1. Journalism]This course will introduce students to a range of works of print and broadcast Journalism to allow them to understand the scope, purpose, and influence of stories in the journalistic tradition. Students will respond to these works in writing and post their responses in an online discussion forum.

The Message:Great Stor. Jour
JOUR.1023.C
Lee, PhilipW F09:00AM-10:20AM
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[1. Journalism]This course will introduce students to a range of works of print and broadcast Journalism to allow them to understand the scope, purpose, and influence of stories in the journalistic tradition. Students will respond to these works in writing and post their responses in an online discussion forum.

Local Reporting, Global Media
JOUR.2033.A
Tunney, MarkT TH10:00AM-11:20AM
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[1. Journalism] This course explores the art of reporting and storytelling, allowing students to create and digitally publish local stories that become part of a global media network.

The Toolbox 2- Mobile Soc Med
JOUR.2123.A
Dickson, DonaldT TH01:00PM-02:20PM
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[1. Journalism] This course introduces students to media production and storytelling, publication, podcasting and broadcasting using mobile technology and social media. Prerequisite: JOUR 2113 or permission of professor.

Radio and Podcasting
JOUR.3023.A
Tunney, MarkM04:00PM-06:50PM
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[1. Journalism] This course explores the enduring power and influence of radio, and will allow students to produce podcasts and programming for a campus and community radio network. Prerequisite: JOUR 2123 or permission of professor.

Interviewing
JOUR.3173.A
Wong, JanM W02:30PM-03:50PM
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[1. Journalism] This course explores the art of the interview and the art of inquiry, allowing students to understand how to effectively ask and answer questions.

Journalism and Public Opinion
JOUR.3703.A
Camp, MichaelW06:30PM-09:20PM
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[1. Journalism]Students in this course will explore theoretical issues in journalistic commentary and learn fundamental skills related to the writing or production of print and spoken word editorials. In the process, the course will focus on examples of journalistic commentaries of the past century that have shaped and directed public opinion, the power that drives political, social, and cultural change. Classes will include lectures, group projects, and one-on-one skills development with the professor. Prerequisites: JOUR 1113 OR COPP 2013, or by permission of instructor.

Senior Seminar in Journalism
JOUR.4106.A2
Wong, JanT02:30PM-05:20PM
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[1. Journalism] Students will produce community-based digital journalism projects supervised by faculty and explore the ethics of producing journalism in the public interest.

Last Published: Fri May 18 10:19:27 2018