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JLS 205 - Innovations in Media Practice

Theory, training and experience in a specific area of journalism, with a focus on specialized types of journalism and cutting-edge practices. May be repeated for 9 units of credit with different topics. Letter grade only. Class Notes: - This is a blended class. U.S. regulations limit the number of online credits that international students may count toward full-time enrollment. Some sponsored students are limited in the number of blended credit hours in order to maintain eligibility for funding and degree authentication. International students are responsible for monitoring their eligibility and the implications of enrolling in online, blended, or full remote classes. If you have questions, please contact - Students in this class learn how to acquire, analyze and present data for journalistic uses. This includes negotiating with government officials for public records and data using public records laws, navigating online data resources and finding human sources for data stories. Students learn how to use spreadsheets, database software, mapping programs and statistical techniques, and explore how these tools can be used across a wide variety of beats and stories. - Blended classes meet at a regularly scheduled time but a portion of the conventional class time is replaced with out-of-class activities, which may include use of technology. The class syllabus will provide details. Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite: JLS 131.
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