of Mass Communications and Information Studies at the University
of South Carolina is pleased to announce the 2013 Newsplex
Summer Seminar Series. All enrollees
completing the program will receive a Newsplex training
June 24-28, 2013
This week-long seminar is designed to provide college
faculty with advanced training in converged media operations
and journalistic practices that they can adapt to their
individual programs. Through an intensive set of seminars
and hands-on workshops, participants will learn and practice
skills essential to working in a converged media environment,
as well as studying the process of teaching and conducting
research in a converged media environment.
Who is Eligible?
Any college or university faculty member who teaches courses
in journalism (print, broadcast, or online).
June 24-28, 2013
to Convergence & Newsplex; New Story Forms;
The New News Consumer; Overview of Emerging Technologies;
Mobile Journalism; Apps for Every Journalist; Digital
Photography & Gimp.
Social Media for Journalism; Writing Across Media;
Principles of Design and Visual Communication;
Photoshop & InDesign; Overview of Web Design &
Tools, Introduction to WordPress.
Editing and Audacity; Principles of Audio Journalism;
Video Models; Principles of Shooting Video; Flip
Camera & Field Work; Principles of Video Editing;
Media Organizational Models.
Curriculum to Convergence; Convergence on a Budget;
Pulling it All Together; Adapting to New Software;
Web Analytics; Problems in Convergent Journalism.
$850 without hotel/$1450 with hotel (five nights, single
Tuition for the five-day seminar series includes all seminars,
books, materials, etc. related to training, as well as
lunches and local transportation from the host hotel to
Newsplex. Participants are responsible for their own transportation
to and from Columbia.
here to register online >
For more Information:
Note: Enrollment for each of the five
day sessions is limited to the first twelve registrants!