Balancing Web concerns, journalism
Allowing students to practice journalism concerns some who are worried about predators and other negative aspects of the Web. It's better to allow full publication, with rights and responsibilities spelled out.
- Reasons why it's better to allow full online publication
- How to develop an Acceptable Use Policy
- 10 Tips to Limit Legal Risk on the Web
Digital Journalist's Legal Guide
The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press has assembled a guide that covers topics including:
Gathering news and getting information
- Protecting and defending your work
- Knowing legal restrictions
A look at the changing profession of journalism and how some of its leaders are blazing trails.
Social media guidelines
Social media and blogs narrow the distance between journalists and the public. They encourage lively, immediate and spirited discussion and can be vital news-gathering and news-delivery tools. As a journalist you should uphold the same professional and ethical standards when using social media as you do on air and on all digital news platforms.
Multimedia storytelling: Use the tools
A look at the tools of multimedia journalism and a series of tutorials on how to use those tools.
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