A primary goal of this project is to explore and actively engage with how journalism can be taught today (and tomorrow) in order to produce graduates capable of nuanced, effective reporting in increasingly complex local and global contexts. On one hand the project puts this goal into practice through its double degree and exchange program; however, as the project develops, we are also mindful of the necessity to continue critical reflection on the project and how well it is achieving its aims and to communicate those experiences, and those reflections, more broadly. As this project develops this webpage will be updated to include information about our methodology and our findings.
A view on 21st century journalist identity resulting in new pedagogical and education formats for journalism training.
View the presentation by Carien Touwen and John Driedonk here
Presentation to the World Journalism Education Congress, Auckland 2016
View the presentation by Carien Touwen, Susan Forde, and Inger Munk here