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Press Council launches Reconciliation Action Plan and welcomes Koori Mail to fold

By MARK PEARSON Follow @Journlaw

The Australian Press Council has launched its first Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) and welcomed the first indigenous newspaper, the Koori Mail… 548 more words

Pinch Me...

(Nana’s note: This is a reprint of a column that was published by the Indiana High School Press Association and on http://www.cannonline.org back in 2012 when the Indiana Chamber of Commerce became the journalism equivalent of the Wizard of Oz, granting my request to interview Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward. 802 more words

A Teacher's Year

Real news, real editing

For many years, students in my Advanced Editing course have collaborated with counterparts in a community journalism course to put together the Durham VOICE. It’s a fun and fruitful collaboration. 76 more words

Journalism Education

Student guest post: How to build a better in-house style guide

Students in MEJO 457, Advanced Editing, are writing guest posts for this blog this semester. This is the sixth of those posts. Alison Krug is a senior at UNC-Chapel Hill. 928 more words

Journalism Education

Intercollegiate partnerships

It has been quite a while since I posted anything to my Rich’s Musings blog and I really should spend more time here. I seem instead to do my blogging on Facebook. 517 more words

Journalism Education

Each Student Gets a Chinese Name: A Spring 2017 Souvenir

Like before, each student in my Spring 2017 classes gets a Chinese name as a souvenir. Students must be able to write and read their Chinese names to earn some extra credit. 782 more words

Journalism Education

Student guest post: Lauren Duca interview shows how female journalists aren't taken seriously

Students in MEJO 457, Advanced Editing, are writing guest posts for this blog this semester. This is the fifth of those posts. Paige Connelly is a senior at the School of Media and Journalism at UNC-Chapel Hill. 652 more words

Journalism Education