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The Trials of Ryan Widmer: How live blogging challenges journalists’ ethics and engagement with readers. By Mary Carmen Cupito and Michele Day, Northern Kentucky University

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Storify: Curating Stories with Social Media. By Cindy Royal, Texas State University

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Crowdsourcing U.S. Election Day: Using Facebook as a Platform for Collaborative Reporting. By Karen M. Turner and Susan Jacobson, Temple University

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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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Google Yourself! Online Branding & Social Media Privacy. By Jeremy Sarachan, St. John Fisher College

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Objectives In this lesson, students will learn that personal information is readily available online: 1.   As journalists, they will become aware of the web as an important source of information about individuals, while better understanding issues of privacy and

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