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From the head of PJIG

By Melissa Tully The Participatory Journalism Interest Group (PJIG) name change officially went into effect in October 2013 so the upcoming conference in Montreal will be our first year operating as PJIG. Thank you to all those who contributed input … Continue reading

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Teaching and Participatory Journalism

By Mary Lou Nemanic Participatory Journalism, simply defined, involves news work by both professionals and non-professionals. Today we see this in both traditional and online news operations as audience members contribute comments on news stories, participate in online forums, do … Continue reading

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Our Summer 2012 newsletter is now online

Our Summer 2012 newsletter, edited by Liz Viall, is available for download. Featured articles include: ‘Survey results: Name change discussion continues,’ by Kirsten Johnson, page 1 ‘CCJIG sessions in Chicago,’ by Burton St. John, p. 1 ‘Japanese journalist adapts civic principles … Continue reading

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Our Spring 2012 newsletter is now online

Our Spring 2012 newsletter, edited by Liz Viall, is available for download. Featured articles include: ‘Survey follow-up: Members will vote on two names,’ by Kirsten Johnson, page 1 ‘2012 call for papers,’ page 1 ‘Civic/citizen/public journalism: Evolution differs in Russia, Norway,’ … Continue reading

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Our Fall 2011 newsletter is now online

Our Fall 2011 newsletter, edited by Liz Viall, is available for downloading. Featured articles include: ‘What’s in a name? CCJIG members eye name change after convention,’ by Kirsten Johnson, page 1 ‘CCJIG scholars address ‘transformation’issues in AEJMC research and sessions,’ … Continue reading

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Our Summer 2011 newsletter is now online

Our Summer 2011 newsletter is available for downloading. Featured articles include: ‘Growth of Patch, indie sites shows citizen journalism going mainstream,’ by Jack Rosenberry, page 1 ‘Online tools help educators teach selves, students,’ by Sue Ellen Christian, page 1 ‘Convention events reflect … Continue reading

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