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Gathering and Developing the News, Michigan State University

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Journalists develop information through interviews and sources. The most successful journalists quickly master these important skill sets. The production of journalism relies on several elements: newsgathering, interviewing sources, researching and trying to find as much information as possible. The course will also teach you how to where to find information, interviewing skills and how to process information from various sources for publication....

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por HS

Nov 27, 2016

I like the course and the teachers. I don't like the peer review because most of the students don't work hard enough on their reviews. I do want the challenge and the feedback.

por RM

Mar 26, 2016

This course was a great follow up to the first one. Knowing where to go to find sources is very important. I was especially intrigued by the section on crowd-sourcing content.

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35 revisiones

por Ryo Goto

Oct 25, 2018

Good material, Good tools, Thanks^^

por Jeremy Andriano

Aug 23, 2018

Really helpful. Especially for advice on interviewing people.

por Ibtihal Abo Bakr Ali Youssef Ali

Aug 12, 2018

A highly informative, applicable& easy to follow course by absolutely knowledgeable professors. The thorough, well-organized& engaging course content reflects the the professionalism & the extensive knowledge of the professors in this field. Really looking forward to enrolling in other courses by the same professors & Michigan State University . Thank you so much for giving me the opportunity to learn from you.

por Leon Reese

Jul 29, 2018

So far so good. The only thing that I see that can be improved are the assignment prompts. In both courses that I have taken, the initial prompt in the instructions is usually different than the prompt in the submissions.

por Lippe Borgo

Jul 20, 2018

Overall the course is great, but there was one thing could be improved.

The questions asked after each week were too easy, to not say dumb. I think it could have more difficulty so learners will have to study more and dedicate more time for the course.

por Vorian Maryssael

May 08, 2018

The quality control of the course is not very good. Some videos repeat the same take twice. Some questions are misplaced. Some of the peer review prompts are placed as questions for the student, which causes confusion.

The lecturers are very little personal. i.e I dont connect with them so I dont get too inspired and loose motivation with this particular course (not the subject).

I feel a bit like in a sausage machine, yet there are not enough students on the course to review my assignments, or for me to review assignments. I keep on having to go back to, a for me completed course, to see if there is anyone I can review to get my certificate.

This goes for all of the courses in the series, regretfully.

por Tamer Donovan Anani

Mar 31, 2018

Essential components of any decent journalism course.

This unit confronts some social and legal issues - how to treat sources, interviewing, trust and integrity as core elements in practicing journalism.

por Liliam Guadalupe Pineda Méndez

Mar 15, 2018

Good course!

por Rodrigo Brum Westphalen

Jan 17, 2018

Its developing is slow, but gets quite good towards the end. Some great tips and teachings, despite it could have more references to texts or books. Certain quizzes are quite unnecessary, though. I'm looking forward to complete the next course in the series. 7/10.

por Goher Iqbal Punn

Nov 25, 2017

This was the brilliant course. Being a journalist I found so many new things that I did not know earlier. For beginners and for experienced, this is simply gem of a course.