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Week 12 lab for COM 210

This week we will write a memorandum for your major reporting project:

Journalism Education

It Worked: Rare Procedure Cures N.Y. Student of Aplastic Anemia


 Nothing was working.

Bruises. Nausea. Chemotherapy. Doctors appointments. Hospital visits. And the uncertainty…will this save my life?

For 11 years, this is what Marissa Amuso, 23, endured. 853 more words

Blood Disease

My feedback on Jay Rosen's 'digital thinking' class

Jay Rosen, one of the leading thinkers in journalism and journalism education, is teaching a “digital thinking” class that I’d love to take and that I might sometime want to teach, stealing liberally from Jay. 1,752 more words

Social Media

Audio Interviews for Fall 2014 Semester

by Marsha Little Matthews

One of the first production assignments for students in MCOM 2313 Multimedia Production is to produce an audio interview. Each student must find someone with an interesting story that is rich with ambient/natural sound that will enhance the story. 238 more words

Blog Post

Call for Papers

CEECOM2015
The Digital Media Challenge
8th Central and Eastern European Media and Communication Conference
Zagreb, 12-14 June 2015

Conference organized by the University of Zagreb in cooperation with the ECREA CEE Network and cosponsored by ICA… 3,473 more words

November 2014

Degrees of definition

The embellishment of resumes is all too common. On occasion, such exaggerations and fabrications have brought down football coaches and business leaders.

The issue has popped up during the election season in Wake County, North Carolina. 220 more words

Word Choice

The last few weeks, writ small

Someday (and I do hope it’s soon), I’ll figure out how to juggle teaching, freelancing and blogging. Until then, we’ll all just have to live with somewhat sporadic posting. 206 more words

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