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學生對 密歇根州立大学 提供的 What is news? 的評價和反饋

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課程概述

This course will guide you through the basic elements of professional journalism and the news values and ethics of covering real-world issues and events. The overview and examples of the types of news coverage helps introduce the different types of journalism, such as social media, multimedia, print, visual and broadcast, and how professional journalists effectively use each format....

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AG
2020年4月26日

Very good because it is taught about all the basics of journalists. Various case studies also train me to be able to think more with the mindset of a journalist. I highly recommend this class.

DS
2020年6月7日

I really enjoyed learning all of the different parts dealing with Journalism. I thought that the videos and the light reading made for a great learning experience. Thanks, Denise Shannon.

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251 - What is news? 的 270 個評論(共 270 個)

創建者 Melwyn S P

2020年7月5日

The course was pretty useful.

創建者 Nikita R S

2020年5月21日

Could have been longer

創建者 ANIMESH K V

2020年10月24日

Love this course.

創建者 Mohamed Z R

2016年3月11日

Great

創建者 Daniele L

2016年5月23日

The course is a well thought and masterfully set of lessons on the main principle of journalism: it talks ethics starting from maybe old concepts that surprisingly are still fitting today.

Being a basic course, it is very easy to follow and finish. Quizzes are alternating between very good and very bad. Tough ethical decisions and a space to discuss them is a really great thing, but peer grading two phrases essays with only the ability of telling yes or no doesn't make for a good use of the crowdsourcing the very course is advocating.

The videos seem to have been made with an indecent knowledge of the technology, especially for journalists who are supposed to use it daily; green screens were used so badly as some parts of the professors "spark white", and slides are often cut away and put back in view while the teacher is talking about it, which was downright infuriating.

It still qualifies for a very good opening course in journalism, but needs serious improvement.

創建者 Eva G

2016年4月18日

A little bit to basic and some informations are useless beause they are part of the common knowledge. I also find quite a few technical issues when trying it in the first termin.

創建者 Lijuan Z

2019年3月12日

There some technical issues with this course:

the assignment and preview is not working! makes it impossible to complete the course.

創建者 Maria G

2018年4月10日

I feel we are learning between student, is a big lack of intervention from the University crew in the discussion forums.

創建者 Lahiru P

2019年12月2日

This course needs updating to reflect the significance of online journalism more. Certain content needs more depth

創建者 KIAN G T

2016年3月4日

It is a good introductory course, but the technical aspect for this module is bad...

創建者 Chris J

2021年2月6日

Nice intro and a very conceptual overview on news and journalism

創建者 OMEIZA A A

2020年9月17日

Great Course

Nice working and studying with the team

I appreciate

創建者 Asmita T

2020年9月6日

it was good but not that informative as expected

創建者 Celine V

2016年4月17日

interesting and clear.

創建者 吳艾蓁 A W

2018年7月3日

互評作業要等好久

創建者 Stephanie K

2020年11月4日

Great introduction to the basics of journalism.

The course would really benefit from real moderation though, too many people write empty assignments, that really makes me wonder about the value of having the same certificate that they will get, despite actually putting the effort into it.

創建者 Anton B

2020年4月19日

There must be some selective sorting for the peer-reviewed sections. Some folks are not coming close to addressing the prompts.

創建者 Jo

2016年4月23日

Staff are incredibly arrogant bordering on aggressive. The very worst of the pontificating profession - and what we long term learners and educators know to be all too common. I couldn't stand it so I stopped. Would never recommend.

創建者 Alejandro M P

2019年7月8日

Poco relevante y superficial

創建者 Alpheus M D L

2018年6月18日

Very basic.