Course Pack Overview
- University of South Carolina JOUR 201 (Honors) Fall 2012
- Digital Course Pack
This course pack is for students enrolled in JOUR 201 (honors) Survey of Mass Communications (Fall 2012) at the University of South Carolina.
About Digital Course Packs
A digital course pack gathers self-directed training and assessments in a convenient package.
This is a series of self-directed courses produced by Poynter's News University covering various aspects of journalism and mass communication. This online supplement to in-class meetings and traditional texts is crucial for understanding of mass communication and its role. Each of these digital courses has an assessment of your understanding of the information presented, which is part of your final grade in the course.
The courses in this pack are:
- Language of the Image
- News Sense: The Building Blocks of News
- Targeting New Audiences: Finding Your Niche
- Understanding Media: Process and Principles
- Watching TV News: How to be a Smarter Viewer
This course pack is for students enrolled in JOUR 201 (honors) Survey of Mass Communications at University of South Carolina. If you are interested in a course pack for your school, please contact us at email@example.com.
Dr. Andrea Tanner is an associate professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communications. Dr. Tanner’s primary research focus is health communication, in particular, how media present health information and how mass communication can be used to promote changes in health behavior. Her other research interests include television news and journalism education. Tanner currently serves as the Director of the Science and Health Communication Research Group at the University of South Carolina. She is also an active member of AEJMC’s Science Communication Interest Group, serving as the group’s chair from 2007-2008.