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Presentation at PICNIC 2010, exploring why I think journalism schools are walking zombie-like into an unknown future.

Presentation at PICNIC 2010, exploring why I think journalism schools are walking zombie-like into an unknown future.

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Death to J-schools Death to J-schools Presentation Transcript

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  • Paul Bradshaw Reader in Online Journalism, Birmingham City University (mediacourses.com) Publisher, Online Journalism Blog Founder, HelpMeInvestigate.com   Death to J-Schools    A journalism curriculum for the 21st century?
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  • It's convergence, stupid.
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  • "From a lecture to a conversation"
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  • You can't teach something that doesn't yet exist.
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  • Planning for an uncertain future
  • Multimedia Data journalism Community management
  • Mindset, not technology (Education, not training)
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  • Experimentation Enterprise Community
  • “ Each weekday, my computer program goes to the Chicago Police Department's website and gathers all crimes reported in Chicago.” Adrian Holovaty
  • “ All too often a successful new business model becomes the business model for companies not creative enough to invent their own.” Gary Hamel
  • “ The web business model is really a flat plate supported on the back of an unpaid intern.” Arianna Huffington
  • "Newspapers make associations and associations make newspapers" "If the news is that important, it will find me." De Tocqueville, quoted by Jay Rosen Student, quoted by New York Times
  • delicious.com/paulb/picnic10
  • Paul Bradshaw Birmingham City University & City University, London Publisher, Online Journalism Blog Founder, HelpMeInvestigate.com Twitter.com/paulbradshaw Death to J-Schools A journalism curriculum for the 21st century?
  • twitter.com/paulbradshaw OnlineJournalismBlog.com HelpMeInvestigate.com So...