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Journalists develop information through interviews and sources. The most successful journalists quickly master these important skill sets. The production of journalism relies on several elements: newsgathering, interviewing sources, researching and trying to find as much information as possible. The course will also teach you how to where to find information, interviewing skills and how to process information from various sources for publication....

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31 juil. 2020

I really had a wonderful time learning from this course. The explanation was excellent in every video and it gave me a very clear understanding of the topics. Thank you so much for making this course!

11 juin 2020

I really enjoyed learning the inside parts to gathering and developing the news! This has taught me very valuable information on how to gather and put together news.\n\nThanks,\n\nDenise S.

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par Eman A A F

16 nov. 2016

very good

par elena G

4 mai 2020


par Gustavo L

26 juin 2017


par Masoud H A

7 déc. 2020

A better understanding of how to use news effectively, more important, verification of the sources and materials in hand before going to the publication, and do not misuse the information unethically or it will cost dearly.

par Aadya P

23 déc. 2020

Very beautifully designed and informative. All professors are learned and interactive. Its just like sitting in a classroom

par Jordan H

19 juil. 2019

Great content, but implementation of "Peer Eval" system is very spotty and slows down the learning process.

par Tomelilla G

29 avr. 2020

A valuable and detailed course with practical suggestions

par Jeronne d V

14 févr. 2021

quizzes are too short. make it harder.

par Pierre V

3 mars 2019

very instructive and practical

par Joel A C

10 févr. 2020


par Alexandria M H

17 juil. 2017

The video transcripts are terrible and inaccurate. Who transcribed them? The discussion and exam questions are often poorly-worded and vague at best, and grammatically incoherent at worst. The quizzes are overly simplistic at times, and others don't seem to address the content from that unit. The course is very, very general, and doesn't go into much depth. It isn't rigorous. The "peer review" assignments leave no room for evaluation. You can give 15 points or zero points, forcing you to choose whether to pass or fail your classmate for a mediocre but technically acceptable answer, or an insightful but incomplete answer. The course could be greatly improved if even one of the j-school graduate students at Michigan State simply proofread the content. I'm disappointed, but I need the capstone course to produce some writing samples for my own j-school applications, so I will continue with the specialization. tldr; the course is overly basic and poorly written.

par David A B

26 mai 2020

A superficial/introductory presentation of sources and methods used by journalists. Could benefit from greater emphasis on questioning methodologies and narrative/investigative lead development.

par nicolas b

19 août 2017

Sadly I missed one assignment because there was no one to review it ! There's no one. I have 7 out 9 passed, but I can't tell if I passed or not.

par Lijuan Z

12 mars 2019

There some technical issues with this course:

the assignment and preview is not working! makes it impossible to complete the course.

par Eva G

22 avr. 2016

There are some incorrect answers in quizes and some instructions for the ssigments are qiute unclear...

par Sunny d l

2 juil. 2020

review are not getting fast it take time to get the review overall this course is full of experience

par Herma

27 avr. 2016

I thought the course was oldfashioned, it doesn't prepare you to be a journalist in the digital age, where terms like crowdfunding, search ability, new businessmodels, apps and social media are key factors of success. Yes, there was a small section where they explained crowdsourcing (lol) but interviewing as many people as you can seems to be cryptosaurus approach. Also the social media tips seem to be very interesting if you're 65+. It's worth following this course for free but definately not your money, the free course on futurelearn had ten times more content and I learned so much more...

par Kalyani B

11 janv. 2020

drones on about the obvious