Teaching j-students to use social media such as Twitter, Facebook, Linked In and You Tube, is something most j-schools are beginning to try, or at least consider. For those looking for guidance about how to do it, two Columbia University professors have generously posted a course outline, complete with links to resources and examples, as a Google Doc for everyone to view. Sree Sreenivasan and Adam Glenn’s course is called Social-media Skills for Journalists.
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