One of the best sources of advice, links and lessons for anyone who wants to teach themselves or others to be better online journalists is the blog, Teaching Online Journalism, by Mindy McAdams, a journalism professor at the University of Florida. Now, she has produced a one-stop shop online with a short but valuable collection of links to some of the best tools for online journalists and great examples of multimedia journalism. This valuable handout also includes links to all 15 parts of the series she produced this summer online called the Reporters Guide to Multimedia Proficiency. It’s a great set of how-to lessons for beginners.
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