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title:
University journalism education: a global challenge
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2007
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Washington, DC
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35 p.
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bibliogr. p.33-35
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"This report explores the current state of university-based journalism education and describes avenues for engaging those international media developers by highlighting three strategies:
• Universities are important for entry-level journalism training. International media developers should consider investing in journalism schools; however, the type and level of assistance should depend on local circumstances.
• International funders are showing interest in mapping journalism education worldwide. Such efforts must draw information from every part of the world in order to help media developers find the most promising entities for investment of their limited development funds.
• The media sector has changed dramatically, but many journalism programs fail to meet the new challenges of the industry. Media developers can help overcome this gap in several ways: funding teacher training and curriculum development, providing updated educational materials and adequate equipment, facilitating the creation of student-run media to develop practical skills, and funding cross-disciplinary partnerships and programs." (executive summary)
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