Mass Communication author Ralph E. Hanson has put together an online curriculum package for those teaching Introduction to Mass Communication and Media Literacy classes online for the first time, based on his texts. Access the package available now via Dropbox.
From Ralph E. Hanson, (@RalphEHanson) professor in the communication department at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, where he teaches courses in writing, blogging, reporting, and mass communication. He has been teaching introduction to mass communication over 20 years, and has worked extensively on developing online courses and degree programs.
Here are some resources that may be useful, including my Mobile and Social Media Journalism syllabus/assignments...more.
From Anthony C. Adornato (@AnthonyAdornato), assistant professor of journalism at Ithaca College’s Roy H. Park School of Communications. Adornato’s teaching and research focus on the role of social media and mobile technology in journalism. He has been interviewed about this topic by news outlets including the Associated Press, BBC News, and Germany’s Deutsche Welle News.
Schools throughout the country have reacted to the spread of the coronavirus by pushing for “alternative
delivery methods of instruction.” The goal is basically to get people away from one another while not having to cancel class. For most of us that means online instruction...more.
For those of you running media-writing, reporting, news-writing and other similar classes, I’ve created a “Corona Hotline” page that you can go to for a clearing house of all sorts of stuff that you can use for distance learning...more.
From Vincent F. Filak, PhD, teacher, scholar and college media adviser who serves as a professor of journalism at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, where he primarily teaches courses on media writing and reporting. Vince has taught online for 10+ years.
Universities are moving classes online. Some faculty are now realizing that they have to use technology for real now in their classes. The settings may be different, but the structure of the class as far as content should not. However, I had a few of my colleagues and friends who are teaching raise the concern about teaching campaigns and how they would translate this to an online setting...more.
From Karen Freberg, associate professor in Strategic Communications at the University of Louisville. She is also an adjunct faculty member for the West Virginia University IMC Graduate Online program and has more than 10 years of experience with online teaching and technology.