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En la foto: David Levy y Nic Neuman presentando el informe durante el GEN Summit 2013 (http://www.globaleditorsnetwork.org/photos)
Durante la presentación se destacó la relevancia de comparar las tendencias en diferentes países para comprender los comportamientos actuales y adelantarnos a los futuros en cuanto al consumo de la información online.
Journalism schools have to go where the puck is Globe and Mail Journalism schools are caught in a dilemma: Should journalism curricula reflect the media's needs as they are now or should J-schools be more experimental and in effect, become think...
This from the post: "Journalism schools and organizations need to stop being complicit in preparing students for the past. The courses still taught most often teach skills that worked well 10 to 20 years ago. But media organizations haven’t been clear either about what they want or need from J-schools.
Innovation in our journalism schools remains the needed and missing link that will blend new and old skills along with an appreciation of the business challenges that threaten the survival of journalism as we have known it."
La internet se ha convertido en una herramienta crucial para muchos movimientos sociales alrededor del mundo.