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Spring 10 syllabus

Spring 10 syllabus - Journalism 2325 Beginning Editing Dr...

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Journalism 2325 — Beginning Editing Dr. Amanda Sturgill 710-6322; 264 Castellaw Communications Building [email protected] A Books and Materials: Kessler and McDonald When Words Collide (Optional, but helpful) AP Stylebook (Required.) Flash drive Grading: Your grade in this course will be determined as follows HW/Class work: 20 percent Book review 10 percent Headline project: 15 percent Design project: 20 percent Final project: 25 percent Short online project 10 percent NewsU: You will complete two on-line courses on the NewsU web site. Choose from Typography for News Design, Handling Race and Ethnicity, Reporting Across Cultures, Cleaning your copy (recommended), Math for Journalists, Writing Better Headlines (recommended), Get Me Rewrite, Anatomy of Multimedia News Organization, Build and Engage Local Audiences Online, Freedom of Information, Online Media Law or News Sense: The Building Blocks of News. Book review: You will write a 3-page review of a book for working journalists or public relations practitioners.
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  • Spring '08
  • Dr.Owens
  • Style guide, headline project, percent Design project, departmental editing test, Editing practice, percent Book review

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