Stepping Up The Social Media Teaching Strategies Thanks To AEJMC Magazine Panel

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In the effort to help students prepare for a magazine world where publications are shifts from paper to pixels, three professors shared some teaching tips based on their own research that might change the way we teach social media in our journalism classes.

From Pain to Pride to Pedadogy: Alabama’s Schoolhouse Door as a Strategy for Teaching

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Today in Tuscaloosa history was made as the place of the infamous “Stand in the Schoolhouse Door” involving the late Governor George Wallace was officially dedicated as the University of Alabama’s new Malone-Hood Plaza. The plaza, which includes the Autherine … Read More

Is Katrina Five-Year Mark Really A Big Deal?

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In fairly predictable fashion, news organizations are providing “milestone” updates on the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. In the news business, we commit entire teams of reporters, photojournalists, videographers to look back and look forward on anniversaries. But, with such … Read More