Our summer conference 2018 was held at Canterbury Christ Church University.
Thank you to our delegates, speakers and hosts (and the weather) for making it an excellent two days.
Here, just in time for the start of the new academic year, are the speakers’ slides. Most sets of slides are from day 1.
Colleagues who presented on day 2 used high quality images, so some presentations are too big to upload to our site.
If you presented on day 2 and would like your slides added, please send a version under 2MB to email@example.com.
Why teaching freelance journalism matters
Dr Lily Canter and Emma Wilkinson, Sheffield Hallam UniversityAJE 2018 Why teaching freelance journalism matters
Challenges and opportunities for journalism educators: Social Media News Days
Katherine Blair, Leeds Trinity UniversitySocial Media Newsdays PRESENTATION
Drawing the News – Why Newspaper Cartoons Matter
James Whitworth – PhD researcher in the University of Sheffield
Tabloid tales under the microscope
Claire Wolfe & Christine Challand, University of WorcesterTabloid Tales Under the Microscope Claire Wolfe & Christine Challand AJE June 28 2018 update
12pm – 1pm – Keynote Speaker: David Higgerson, Reachplc (formerly Trinity Mirror)
How to build meaningful relationships with readers: an exploration of how we can work together as an industry to create a stronger future for local journalism.
Chair: Jonny Greatrex
Session 2: Interdisciplinary approaches to journalism education
Chair: Dr Deirdre O’Neill
Why Journalism Education Matters
Dr Margaret Hughes, University of the West of ScotlandWhyJEMatters(MHughesAJE)
Telling Stories Together: A case study in how to get the most out of journalism students working with other subject areas.
Dr John Price, University of SunderlandJ Price AJE presentation June 18-compressed
Building reflexive practitioners: Engaging journalism students with teaching of research methods
Dr Lada Price and Mark Subryan, PhD candidate, Sheffield Hallam UniversityAJE Conference presentation SHU
3.30pm – 5.30pm Session 3: Classroom meets the newsroom: challenges and opportunities
Chair: Steve Hill
Why Freedom of Information matters: FOI requests by regional journalists – a case study in local democracy
Molly Williams and Dr David Clarke, Sheffield Hallam UniversityMolly & Dave AJE-compressed
‘Imagine doing a journalism degree and then being asked to write trash like this’ – considerations in meeting the challenges of banal journalism.
Dr Dave Harte – Birmingham City UniversityHARTE AJE banal journalism 2018
How TV newsrooms are evolving, the role technology is playing and what we need to do as educators or what is expected of us to make journalism matter.
James Mahon, University of the West of ScotlandAJE Summer 2018 James Mahon
Creating journalistically significant teaching and learning experiences that are pedagogically sound and an exciting stimulus to future work
Victoria Neumark-Jones, London Metropolitan University
Day 2: JUNE 29, 2018
Chair: Richard Evans
What role can experimental learning play on a practice-focused and industry-facing undergraduate journalism course?
Prof Kurt Barling, Middlesex University
How journalism educators prepare students for the changing world where knowledge and practice must work in conjunction
Richard Bowyer, Derby University
Why Journalism Matters; Why Higher Education Matters to Journalism
Dr Andrew Calcutt, University of East London
11.30am – 11.45am coffee break
11.45-1.15pm – Session 5: How news influences
Chair: Dr David Baines
Seeking approaches to address the emotional impact on journalists of working on traumatic content
Dr Sallyanne Duncan, University of Strathclyde
The Trouble with News Journalism: The usefulness and limitations of news values
Dr Deirdre O’Neill
Journalism(s) Of The Future: How Can We Predict What’s Coming?
Dr Robert Gutsche Jr, Lancaster University
2.00pm – 3.30pm – Session 6: Preparing students for the jobs market
Chair: Claire Wolfe
Non-native English speakers: the challenges of international journalism students to made into the job market in the UK
Weronika Jędrak / Dr Ivana Ebel, Derby University
Blurred Lines: How the rise of in-house media is impacting upon the ethical values of trainee sport journalists
Owen Evans, Brighton University
Contested space? Journalism and commercial interests
Dr Jonathan Hewett, City, University of London