The Conversation has a short piece over here about how to bust hoaxes online. Great collection of tools, which I’ll eventually add to the resources page!
Tag Archives | Journalism
If you’re a fan of Rabble.ca, then there’s a great opportunity to write for them this year. They are teaming up with the Canadian Federation of Students (CFS) to help find stories about what it means to be a student in the 21st century. If you’re interested, check out their announcement here. (And they are […]
Melanie Coulson has some tips on why these two platforms are important and what you need to know about them. 5 fundamentals journalists must understand about Twitter 5 fundamental things journalists must understand about Facebook It’s interesting that the one common thing for both platforms (apart from knowing your audience) is the idea that it […]
This is the topic on tap this week in The Pixel Guild, and I don’t want to scoop myself, but I do hope you’re thinking about it a bit. As grist for that mill, here’s an article by American journalist Paul Balcerak, with a list of reasons why a journalist may want to start a […]
Here’s a nice short piece by PBS about how the micro-blogging service is changing journalism, and how journalists are using it in their own work: [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nl9xI-kAE8A&w=640&h=360]