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Journalism Education Issue 5.1 out now

Paul Mihailidis of Emerson College, Boston and Stephanie Craft of University of Illinois in the USA edited this special issue of the AJE journal, Journalism Education. The theme is exploring news literacy & preparing future journalists. You can find details about how to contribute to the next issue of the journal here. Invited Essays The […]

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Call for abstracts – Mapping the Magazine 4

‘Mapping the Magazine’ is a series of conferences established by Tim Holmes of the Cardiff University School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies (JOMEC). Three conferences have run so far – in 2011, 2007 and 2005. [Image: Flickr/Katie Lips] The fourth Mapping the Magazine conference will be held at the University of Sydney, Department of […]

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Help with drone survey

Phillip Chamberlain of UWE Bristol is seeking help with a research survey he is carrying out about the current level of teaching about drones / UAV / UAS on journalism/media courses. [Image: CC: Pixabay] The survey at seeks information about course content, research and predictions on how and if such teaching might increase. Like […]

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Sussex seeks teaching fellow

The Department of Media, Cultural Studies and Journalism at Sussex University is advertising for a full-time, permanent Teaching Fellow in Journalism Salary range: starting at £31,656 and rising to £37,768 per annum Expected start date: 1 September 2016 You will possess strong practical experience in journalism or a higher degree in a relevant area or […]

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Nominations called for lifetime achievement award

The AJE executive committee is calling for nominations for the AJE Lifetime Achievement Award. Previous recipients of the Award have included Richard Keeble who is professor of journalism at University of Lincoln. The AJE may, no more than once each year, endow a single lifetime achievement award to a retired or retiring member who has […]

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Training versus Education – book your ticket to the AJE June Conference

The AJE is delighted to announce that Mark Deuze of the University of Amsterdam will be keynote speaker at the June Conference in London. [Image: Wikimedia Commons] Dr Deuze is professor of Media Studies, specialising in journalism, at the University of Amsterdam’s (UvA) Faculty of Humanities. The conference theme will be training versus education and […]

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