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What is news? , Université d'État du Michigan

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This course will guide you through the basic elements of professional journalism and the news values and ethics of covering real-world issues and events. The overview and examples of the types of news coverage helps introduce the different types of journalism, such as social media, multimedia, print, visual and broadcast, and how professional journalists effectively use each format....

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par DZ

Jan 03, 2017

Great course! I will most likely continue to take this series of courses! The professors/teachers are great, and can help when needed. The courses are simple and easy to use. Overall, great course!

par CA

Feb 28, 2016

Excellent course material and good learner participation. I think a stronger instructor presence will round it off nicely (even if only in the forums). Great presentation Mr Grimm!

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par Siddharth Bala

Jan 31, 2019

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par Chloe Donnelly

Dec 17, 2018

I like that this course starts from the very basics. It can be difficult to jump into a subject with which you are not at all familiar. The resources mentioned in this course were also very helpful. The only thing I would suggest is that the spoken content does not always match the content that appears on the screen during the video lectures.

par Enno Li

Dec 12, 2018

Beginner friendly, NICE course!

par C Lau

Dec 06, 2018

Great course and very informative!

par Evelyn Mantoiu

Nov 22, 2018

It is a really well organised course with many opportunities to test your knowledge, which makes it very engaging

par KONTAR Catherine

Nov 04, 2018

it was v.good

par James Woolfe

Oct 10, 2018

An interesting and thorough introduction to modern journalism.

par Ryo Goto

Oct 07, 2018

Good course to me!! Thanks a lot !^ ^!

par Cecilie Lobbestael

Oct 06, 2018

I really like how simple they made learning

par Daniel Metz

Sep 09, 2018

This course would be a little underwhelming on its own, but it works great as an introduction to the 5 course series.