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Understanding the basics of HTML5 for journalism. By Matthew Blake, California State University, Chico

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Objectives This project provides the instruction of: Basic markup code through the composition of replica watches structural elements unique to HTML5. Methods of audio and video integration using HTML5. Understanding of browser and platform support for HTML5 and media file

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Interactive grading for interactive journalism: Do less work while teaching students more. By Stacy Spaulding, Towson University

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Objectives The goal of this activity is to help students stop thinking “is this A work?” and begin to ask “is this quality journalism?” This is a grading method that is not only less labor intensive for the instructor, but

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Developing Ideas for Innovation in Journalism. By Seth C. Lewis, University of Minnesota–Twin Cities

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Objectives The disruption in the news industry has created plenty of pain for legacy media companies—but also opened the door for news innovators to explore and experiment with business models, techniques for storytelling, and modes of news delivery. In addition

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