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Something to believe in. | Yearbooks bring people together

The Jostens Renaissance® National Conference is nearly three full days of nationally known speakers, presentations on tried and true recognition ideas, case studies of improving school culture, and exchanging best ...

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QR codes are making the yearbook interactive

QR codes are making the yearbook interactive | Journalism & Yearbook | Scoop.it
Imagine a mobile phone technology that yearbook staffs could use to make the printed pages of their books more engaging. Sounds enticing, right? Many in the yearbook world agree, which is why staffs are adopting QR codes.

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Center for Digital Education’s Converge Yearbook: Technology Innovation in Education

Center for Digital Education’s Converge Yearbook: Technology Innovation in Education | Journalism & Yearbook | Scoop.it
Be a part of the change in education! Download this inaugural Yearbook that highlights both the top technology trends in education and 50 of the innovators who have made it all possible.

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Why do 'fully integrated' multimedia journalism programmes leave out broadcast?

Digital or multimedia journalism programs tend to equally emphasize two basic skill sets in their curriculum: (a) news writing and reporting; (b) digital/multimedia journalism. They also require students to take courses in ethics, law, and introductory courses in journalism and media. However, television or broadcast is usually not part of the mandatory core and/or required-of-all courses.

This finding is based on an analysis of “fully integrated” digital/multimedia journalism programs at eight universities: Arizona State University, Auburn University, Denver University, Emerson College, University of Iowa, Kansas State University, University of Texas at Austin, and Washington State University.

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The 40 Best Blogs for Journalism Students

The 40 Best Blogs for Journalism Students | Journalism & Yearbook | Scoop.it
Thanks to the Online Education Database for naming 10,000 Words one of the best 40 blogs for journalism students.
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Adding QR Codes to Your Yearbook

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Adding QR codes (QR stands for Quick Response) to school or college yearbooks, or annuals, to enhance or expand content just makes sense. The printed page by its very nature is very limiting.


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TreeRing, Yearbooks for the Internet Generation

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This image was shared on TreeRing, Yearbooks for the Internet Generation. (These are my custom pages from our 1st TreeRing yearbook: http://bit.ly/iO1fav It's been a great year!


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Jostens - Yearbook Yourself

Come transform yourself through the decades or create your own Personal Yearbook Pages...


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What is Journalism? The CAJ's ethics committee takes a stab at ...

What is Journalism? The CAJ's ethics committee takes a stab at ... | Journalism & Yearbook | Scoop.it
When the Canadian Association of Journalists' ethics advisory committee reluctantly took up the task of defining journalism, it struggled, at first, to find a way forward. Then, writes Patrick Brethour, it stumbled on a solution: ...
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