Journalism Education issue 5-1, the journal of the Association for Journalism Education, a body representing educators in HE in the UK and Ireland. The aim of the journal is to promote and develop analysis and understanding of journalism education and of journalism, particularly when that is related to journalism education.
Issue 5-1 is a rather special bumper-pack issue on the theme of exploring news literacy & preparing future journalists— and citizens—for engagement in global digital culture.
It was guest edited by Paul Mihailidis, Emerson College, Boston, USA & Stephanie Craft, University of Illinois, USA
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The very old and very new challenge of news literacy – Stephanie Craft,University of Illinois
Why – and how – news publishers worldwide help with news literacy – Aralynn McMane, World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers
Ever had someone say, ‘I’ll know it when I see it’? – Wendy Wallace, Poynter Institute
How do they keep all this stuff straight? Mark Baldwin, Executive Editor, Rockford Register Star and the Journal Standard
I. Critical Perspectives
The struggle over news literacy: can we include political economic contexts in the emerging field of news literacy? – Seth Ashley, Boise State University
Re-thinking news, re-thinking news literacy: a user-centred perspective on information – Katherine G. Fry, Brooklyn College of the City University of New York
From print newspapers to social media: news literacy in a networked environment – Julie Frechette, Worcester State University
When teens create the news: examining the impact of PBS/news hour student reporting labs – Renee Hobbs, University of Rhode Island / Media Education Lab
Understanding news: the impact of media literacy education on teenagers’ news literacy – Mariska Kleemans, Radboud University Nijmegen, and Gonnie Eggink, Windesheim University of Applied Sciences
Following the money: philanthropy and news literacy education – Jennifer Fleming, California State University, Long Beach
Placing trust in others: how college students access and assess news and what it means for news literacy education – Elia Powers, Towson University, Michael Koiska, Auburn University
Finding consensus: a pilot survey in news literacy education – Megan Fromm, Assistant Professor, Colorado Mesa University, and Caleb O’Brien, University of Missouri
Developing news literacy curricula in the age of social media in Hong Kong, Vietnam and Myanmar – Masato Kajimoto, University of Hong Kong
Stay tuned St. Louis: a case study in educational collaboration – Joy Jenkins and Mimi Perreault, University of Missouri
III. Looking Forward
News literacy in the digital age: challenges and opportunities – Ognyan Seizov, Visiting Fellow, CMS, MIT
The survival of student journalism: exploring new models for sustainability – Ed Madison, University of Oregon