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JMSC Singled Out For Its Teaching of News Literacy

JMSC Singled Out For Its Teaching of News Literacy

Once the provenance of American universities, the subject of news literacy is now expanding abroad where new models of teaching are gaining attention. One such course at the Journalism and Media Studies Centre was recently highlighted in the Columbia Journalism Review for its innovative approach to de-Americanizing the news literacy curriculum for a more global student body.

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JMSC Events

Public Courses 2014

Public Courses 2014

Registration is now open for public courses that are being offered by HKU’s Journalism and Media Studies Centre this summer.

JMSC Students Take 2nd Prize in Samsung Competition

JMSC Students Take 2nd Prize in Samsung Competition

Two undergraduate journalism majors have taken 2nd prize in Samsung's Solve for Tomorrow competition, winning cash and product prizes for both themselves and the JMSC.

Asia Lacks an Effective Investigative Journalism Network, Expert Says

Asia Lacks an Effective Investigative Journalism Network, Expert Says

While investigative reporting has exploded around much of the world in recent years, Asia still lacks networks of investigative journalists and nonprofit groups to support them. This was the view of David Kaplan, Executive Director of the Global Investigative Journalists Network, during a talk at the Journalism and Media Studies Centre on March 28.

We Are Not Alone… Investigative Journalism Goes Global

We Are Not Alone…  Investigative Journalism Goes Global

Speaker: David E. Kaplan
Executive Director, Global Investigative Journalism Network, Friday, March 28, 2014, 1:00 to 2:00 PM

JMSC Undergraduates Cover China’s Top Political Meetings

JMSC Undergraduates Cover China’s Top Political Meetings

Four Bachelor of Journalism students from the Journalism and Media Studies Centre got a rare chance earlier this month when they covered meetings of China’s highest organs of state power.