Turning Journalism Students Into Visual Storytellers

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Turning Journalism Students Into Visual Storytellers

Learn how to develop course assignments that help your students become better visual storytellers.

Overview

  • This webinar will help you build lessons that develop your student's visual journalism skills
  • Develop your student's visual journalism skills with assignments that are not equipment-dependent
  • This webinar is for educators who are helping students learn the basics of journalism and visual journalism storytelling

$29.95

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Learning Outcomes

By the end of this webinar, you will be able to:

  • Tell the difference between a snapshot and a news photo
  • Help your students understand the needs of their audience
  • Help your students understand the importance of context
  • Develop course assignments to move your students into telling better visual stories

$29.95

Overview

  • This webinar will help you build lessons that develop your student's visual journalism skills
  • Develop your student's visual journalism skills with assignments that are not equipment-dependent
  • This webinar is for educators who are helping students learn the basics of journalism and visual journalism storytelling

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This webinar will guide you through building lessons to help your students move from making snapshots to committing acts of visual journalism.

It will also outline several class assignments you can give your students to help them develop their visual journalism skills, assignments that are not equipment-dependent so they can be inserted into any journalism course.

 

This one-hour webinar was originally broadcast on June 12, 2018. You can watch the replay when you enroll.

Who should take this course?

Educators who are helping students learn the basics of journalism and visual journalism storytelling, regardless of the tools they have at hand.

Instructors

  • Mark Johnson
    Senior Lecturer, Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, The University of Georgia
    Mark E. Johnson teaches photojournalism, multimedia journalism, video journalism and graphic design courses in addition to serving as the Chief Technology Officer at Grady College...
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