A Bakers Dozen 13 Things You Need To Know About Journalism At Aut1
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  • 1.
  • 2. Journalism for achanging world
    Why AUT offers you the best chance of success
    Associate Professor, Martin Hirst,Journalism Curriculum Leader
  • 3. A baker’s dozen:
    things you need to know about studying journalism at AUT
  • 4. #1: Journalism is changing every day
  • 5. #2:You have to like the news
  • 6. #3: Journalists are
    passionate people
  • 7. #4: Bring your curiositywith you
  • 8. #5: You need a notebook and a notepad
  • 9. #6: Journalists are confidentand keep confidences confidential
  • 10. #7: Journalism is all about networks
  • 11. #8: Journalism keeps you busy
  • 12. #9: Journalism is going digital with Web2.0
  • 13. #10:You will learn shorthand
  • 14. #11: Journalism gets youout of the classroom
  • 15. #12: AUT graduates arewell connected
  • 16. Journalism @ AUT
    Three year degree program with optional Honours year & postgraduate study
    Competitive and restricted entry to the journalism major in 3rd year
    A committed professional and qualified teaching team
    Cooperative and challenging learning environment
  • 17. Studying journalism
    Advanced news gathering skills
    Journalism law and ethics
    Broadcast journalism
    New media and online skills
    Feature and magazine writing
    Editing and design
    Photojournalism
  • 18. Doing journalism
    5-day field trip
    Placement in Auckland newsrooms
    Casual work opportunities
    National internships
  • 19. The changing newsroom
    1970s newsroom
    1980s newsroom
    1990s newsroom
    21st century newsroom is a classroom
  • 20. #13:Journalists ask questions