The J-Thinkers

Prof. Chris Daly's Blog
Christopher B. Daly
associate professor
College of Journalism
Boston University

Mr. Rewrite
Steve Elliott
director of digital news
Cronkite News Service
and professor of practice
Arizona State University, Phoenix

Visual Journalism
Mark E. Johnson
senior lecturer, Photojournalism
Grady College of Journalism
and Mass Communication
The University of Georgia, Athens

Columns by Dori Maynard
Dori J. Maynard
Robert C. Maynard Institute for
Journalism Education
Oakland, Calif.

Teaching Online Journalism
Mindy McAdams
Knight Chair
Journalism Technologies
and the Democratic Process
University of Florida, Gainesville

Cindy's Take on Tech
Cindy Royal
associate professor
School of Journalism
and Mass Communication
Texas State University, San Marcos

Al's Morning Meeting
Al Tompkins
Senior Faculty
Broadcast and Online
The Poynter Institute
St.Petersburg, Fla.

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Poynter and Associated Collegiate Press join forces to train journalism’s best and brightest students
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2013 ACP Yearbook Pacemaker Finalists
View the list of finalists The 2013 ACP Yearbook Pacemaker contest yielded a total of 42 entries. A team of judges comprised of experienced journalism professionals and educators traveled to Minneapolis in late January to select the finalists. Entries were … Continue reading

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