Current Issue

Summer 2015

Research

Applying a Social Network Perspective to Public Relations Pedagogy:
Examining the Relationships that Will Build the Profession
Adam Saffer

Big Tweets on Campus: College Newspapers’ Use of Twitter
Kris Boyle and Carol Zuegner

Developing and Assessing Experiential Learning Opportunities
Cindy Royal

Mobile Journalism 101: Teaching Students to Use Mobile Devices to Produce News Content
Dianne M. Garyantes and Mark Berkey-Gerard

More than Writing and Reporting: Examining the Overall Media Literacy of Today’s Journalism Students
Hans C. Schmidt

Pedagogical Approaches to Student-Run PR Firms Using Service Learning: A Case Study
Carolyn Kim

Social Media Internships: A Case Study of a Student-run Social Media Institute
Sarah Maben and Jennifer Edwards

Teaching Transparency: A One-State Case Study of Sunshine Laws and the Journalism Curriculum
Melony Shemberger

Scholarship of Application

Community Engaged Learning in Journalism and Multimedia Courses
Kathleen Webber and Kim Pearson

Cracking a Closed Culture as an Immersion Journalist
Patrick Walters

Teaching+

An Intro Class Launches an Impromptu ‘Pause’ Campaign, Learns Social Media Evaluation and Campaign
Sarah Maben

Building an International Journalism Course on Student-Centered Experiences
Butler Cain