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Tuesday, 13 March 2012

CALL – for participation in journalism education survey

Einar Thorsen & Sue Wallace at Bournemouth University are currently conducting an international survey into the use of news and magazine websites in journalism education.

They would be most grateful if you could assist by completing their survey:

They are interested in the views of both staff and students, so please circulate as widely as possible.

The survey is completed anonymously. For staff it takes no more than 10-15 minutes to complete, with the student section possible to complete in 5 minutes. All staff and students on undergraduate and postgraduate journalism courses are encouraged to partake and they welcome your participation.

The research is funded by the Association for Journalism Education, and is intended to map and share the experiences and best practice of all immediate stakeholders in use of news websites.

Survey results will form part of a larger study entitled Strategies for use of news websites in journalism education. Findings from this research project will be made available online and as contributions to relevant scholarly journals.

If you would like further information on the project, view the original project brief.

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