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Updated Aug. 8, 2013
On Aug. 8, we released the results of our 2013 survey on the future of journalism education. We asked more than 1,800 journalism educators, media professionals and students what they thought about journalism education now and its prospects for the future.
We've assembled a white paper with detailed findings, related articles and research. The State of Journalism Education 2013 is available for download as a PDF.
A year ago, you told us what you thought about the value and the future of journalism education. Given the disruption and turmoil that journalism and education have faced in the last year, we want to know whether attitudes have changed. So we're asking for your help with a new survey.
Today marks the eighth anniversary (or is it birthday?) of Poynter's News University. Pardon us while we brag just a little bit, but we now have more than 250,000 registered users and almost 300 courses. We are the leader in journalism training online thanks to you!
As our way of saying thanks, we're giving you half-off any Webinar, video replay or other self-directed course that has a fee.
To get the discount, enter the promo code 13ANNE50 on the check-out page of the course you want. It's good until 11:59 p.m.
We love language. And we love holidays. So a holiday about grammar gets twice as much of our love. Join NewsU and Poynter.org as we celebrate the joys of word choice, parts of speech and sentence structure all day on Monday, March 4.
Roy Peter Clark, the author of “The Glamour of Grammar,” will keynote the day with his new Webinar, This Ain’t Your Grandma’s Grammar: 4 Concepts to Improve Your Reading and Writing Forever.
Paul Pohlman is one of the unsung heroes of Poynter’s e-learning project, News University.
Like many heroes, Paul did not see his role as being heroic. Or even very important. Yet I’m convinced that Poynter NewsU would not have been as successful without Paul’s quiet guidance, enthusiastic support and good humor.
He made a difference when it came to Poynter’s future for many reasons.
Training Tuesday is here. All day on Tuesday, Nov. 27, you get 25 percent off all of our Webinars, video tutorials and self-directed courses that have a fee. (This offer doesn't include seminars or packages for which we already offer discounts, such as training packages and the 2012 Social Media series.) You can purchase as many items as your shopping cart will hold. The more you buy, the more you save.
To take advantage of this limited-time offer, enter the promo code T2012TUESDAY when you check out. It's good until 11:59 p.m. Eastern time Nov. 27.
In this season of giving thanks, we want to say thank you for your support of NewsU. We now have more than 235,000 registered users and 250 courses. But we still have one goal: to help you improve your journalism skills. Check out our complete list of courses, Webinars and more. From digital skills to writing and storytelling, we've got courses for everyone interested in the craft and values of journalism.
Poynter has an anniversary (or is it birthday?) this weekend. On Nov. 10, 1975, the Institute’s articles of incorporation were issued and our school officially started.
Here's a cool look at the past 37 years with Poynter's historical timeline, curated by the Institute's library director, David Shedden: www.intersect.com/poynter
We're also celebrating 37 years of Poynter with a gift for you: 37 percent off any individual course at Poynter's NewsU that has a fee, including Webinars, video tutorials and self-directed courses.
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