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What Makes This Newsroom – Classroom Partnership Work

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Slides used as part of a joint presentation with Trinity Mirror's Neil Benson on the highly-successful TM-UCLan newsroom-classroom digital leadership development. Also see: …

Slides used as part of a joint presentation with Trinity Mirror's Neil Benson on the highly-successful TM-UCLan newsroom-classroom digital leadership development. Also see: http://ukjournalism.co.uk/jleaders/

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    • 1. What makes this newsroom –classroom partnership work?
    • 2. Preston is the England’s newest city and its first wireless city
      • Modern university* created in 1992 with roots going back to 1828 and the ‘Institution for the Diffusion of Knowledge’
      • 32,000 students
      • 500 undergraduate programmes
      • 180 postgraduate courses.
      • England’s oldest journalism programme
      *Top modern University in the North West according to The Times Good University Guide
    • 3.  
    • 4. DON’T
      • Think … it’s only happening to ‘them’.
      • Make … ‘one’-size-fits-all approach to the solution. Or is, as the old cliché goes, the customer doesn’t want a ½ inch drill bit, they want a half-inch hole.
      • Act … As if everything you need to know can be drawn from your own experience and the experiences of others in the industry.
    • 5.  
    • 6.  
    • 7.
    • 8. DO
      • Think ... you can learn from others – in other departments and other industries. Actively seek partners & avoid group think.
      • Make …flexible, bespoke solutions.
      • Act ... (continue to) with passion, professionalism & (im)patience.
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    • 14. http://www.wan-press.org/wef/masterclasses
    • 15. François Nel [email_address] Skype/ Twitter francoisnel +44 (0)7951 521 636 www.ukjournalism.org
    • 16. http://baldyblog.freshblogs.co.uk/