The Wikiversity School of Journalism is looking to offer study courses people can follow to learn the ethics, theories and techniques of journalism.
We strongly encourage practical alignment with Wikinews, such as it being a venue for assignment work.
If you have knowledge or a skill that can be taught here, please start a course page and list it below.
- Under development
- Video journalism
- Tips for journalistic writing
- History of journalism
- New journalism
- Journalism on Wikinews
- Broadcast journalism - Radio
- Sub-editing and copyediting
- Journalistic ethics
- Court reporting
- Financial and economic journalism
- Arts journalism
- Broadcast journalism - Television
- Business journalism
- Entertainment journalism
- Fashion journalism
- International journalism
- Investigative journalism
- Local journalism
- Medical journalism
- Music journalism
- Political journalism
- Print journalism - Weekly magazine
- Sports journalism
- Technology journalism
- Video-game journalism
- War journalism
- Since 6 May 2014 with Journalism a keynote ToC lecture! --Marshallsumter (discuss • contribs) 01:53, 17 April 2018 (UTC)
- Video journalism 2 May 2017 Leighblackall.
Things you can do!
- Clean up Draft:Journalism and move it to become a subpage of a supporting main page learning project.
- How To Run A Newspaper - a Wikibook
- Wikinews is a great place to hone your journalistic skills in a live public, neutral environment. Unlike many citizen journalism sites, Wikinews is written in the Neutral Point of View (NPOV), which means reporters there often strive for professionalism in reporting, with consideration for truth, fairness, balance, decency and ethics. There are regular reporters there, which are often credited for their work. Some Wikinews on-going projects you might be interested in include: Audio Wikinews and Original Reporting on Wikinews
- The Open Press
- EPA RSS Feeds
- Media contact information
- Sign up for electronic newsletters from the federal government
- Indymedia -A place to start reporting the news yourself.
- News University Free online courses on various journalism topics
- Journalism UK -Journalism news, training, events and jobs, for journalists
- Style Guides