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Reflections on the outcomes so far….

This week’s topic is to be a reflection on the outcomes so far………it is a rather open topic and the discussion could be based on personal reflections on the course or the learning process which we have undergone since we commenced on our journey on Week 1. 601 more words

P is for Photographs

We are gradually building up a collection of photographs of Buckland Brewer in the past. We have pictures of people, pictures of places and pictures of events. 88 more words

Interviews are a two-way street

In a recent piece on the blogging site Medium, freelancer Rob Boffard gives advice on how to be interviewed. He makes a good point about something we should all remember: Many of the people we approach from day to day have never faced the business end of a journalist before. 707 more words

Writing Techniques

JM World War One Sketchbooks, 1917-1918

The digital collection JM World War One Sketchbooks, 1917-1918 has been created by the Special Collections Library of the University of Victoria, British Columbia. The collection consists of images of 130 water-colour and pen and ink sketches from two sketchbooks of an unidentified British soldier who served with the Royal Horse and Royal Field Artillery. 58 more words

France

CNN The know it all network. (Part 1)

I have been watching CNN since the day it went international. When was that? I can’t remember. I have seen reporters come and goes. Now they have come up with reporters who stops at nothing in getting their informaton so that they will be number one in getting in the news. 127 more words

M is for Migration

Barry Reay wrote that we ‘cannot truly understand a community unless we look at those who leave’ and you could add ‘and why they might have done so’. 68 more words

Sources

Researching Your Major

Alright, so you know now what you want to do and since you are still reading, for now, I will assume you are still gunning for physical therapy. 182 more words

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