Current Issue

Winter 2017

Research

What is taught about diversity and how is it taught? A 2015 update of diversity teaching at U.S. journalism and mass communication programs
Masudul Biswas, Ralph Izard, and Sepi Roshan

Byte-sized learning: A review of video tutorial engagement in a digital media skills course
Jodie M. Gil and Vern Williams

Exploring the use of personalized learning plans in the journalism capstone environment
Sally Haney

ACEJMC assessment in a smaller program: Addressing statistical learning in a mass communication research course
Jeffrey B. Hedrick and J. Patrick McGrail

Twitter-vism: Student narratives and perceptions of learning from an undergraduate research experience on Twitter activism
Lora Helvie-Mason and Sarah Maben

Out-of-class communication and personal learning environments via social media: Students’ perceptions and implications for faculty social media use
Carolyn Kim

Collaborating across boundaries to engage journalism students in computational thinking
Kim Pearson, Monisha Pulimood, and Diane Bates

Scholarship of Application

Using Vine videos to teach montage theory in the media communication classroom
Carie Cunningham and Jennifer Ware

How to write visually
Joe Gisondi and Brian Poulter

Cultivating honest hearts and knowing heads: An experiential learning project to increase campus-wide levels of trust and responsibility through a student-led campaign
Lisa Lyon Payne

Teaching+

A snapshot of social media storytelling apps: How one class covered a typical news event through social channels
Leigh L. Wright