Here is a great video overview of the University of Miami’s Knight Center for International Multimedia’s Workshop for Ethical Reporting on the Worlds Most Under-Reported Issues, which took place in Grahamstown, South Africa.
Some 60 students from Boston University’s College of Communication covered the Boston Marathon today using a variety of new media techniques–twitter, soundslides, qik, utterli, blogs, friendfeed, flickr.
Here are two links worth checking out from the college media world on the one-year mark of the Virginia Tech tragedy, submitted by UWire Editorial Director Andrew Young. The Collegiate Times has an extensive special issue devoted to the day, the year since, the victims and survivors. And, Young says, “Check out the stuff we […]
Eric Zassenhaus sends along a link to the University of California at Berkeley’s coverage of the African American vote in Oakland. He says this is the product of a student-initiated & student-run class at the Journalism school and they’d appreciate any comments, criticism & thoughts.
Drew Geraets from the City University of New York writes in that “Our students are contributing a lot of great stories (videos/photos/print/radio) covering Super Tuesday in New York City. A good deal of it is showing up on The Huffington Post (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/off-the-bus/).”