Journalism Internet Library

Journalism Internet Library

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General Purpose Sites

Poynter Online
Helps do the job and to serve the communities.

The Investigative Guide to Internet Research

Institute for Analytic Journalism
Investigative Reporters and Editors
is useful for newspaper journalists
Superb resource for journalists on covering disasters and traumatic events

Power Reporting.
Teaching Online Journalism is an interesting blog
Ultimate guide to Twitter tools and resources for journalists
UC-Berkeley tutorials
from Arizona State University

Multi-Ethnic Reporting/Journalism is for radio and TV journalism.
Journalism Resources 2018

Journalism Ethics   

Accuracy in Media    

Ethics Case Studies from Indiana University

For Students

10 Blogs Student Journalists Must Read has a newsletter

100 Best Blogs for Journalism Students

Handbook of Independent Journalism

Power Reporting-Resources for Journalists has free research tools for journalists  may be useful for covering your next assignment

aejmc scholarship/aejmc

Journal of Young Investigators helps with job applying and interviewing

100 Places to Shop for Stories has How I wrote the story’ has materials for disasters and traumatic events

Top 100 US Works of Journalism of the 20th Century

Investigative Journalism Syllabi

Digital Journalism, course syllabus with great links.

Online Journalism from Professor Mindy McAdams
the Knight Professor of Journalism at the University of Florida
for more visit

Introduction To Online Journalism/

Online Journalism from Dr. Jay Rochlin, The University of Arizona

USC Annenberg Online Journalism Review is an important source for the latest information and commentary about online journalism. is the publication of the Online News Association.

The Poynter Institute is one of the nation’s most useful sources for keeping up on journalism generally.

10 Ways Journalism Schools Are Teaching Social Media

General Sites

BBC News
Google News
Online Journalism Blog
Online Journalism Review
The Editors Weblog
Media Bistro
Online News Association
Media Lens

Online Media Awards

CommArts Interactive Annual 11

Useful Sites by Professor McAdams

Online Journalism
Resources for Web Workers
Tips for Writing for the Web
Online Media Types

Teaching Online Journalism blog.
Blog Research

Free Press/Free Speech

Reporters Without Borders

How to Get a Job Using Social Media, The Muse

The Muse partnered with digital powerhouse Mashable to create this class that will teach you how to integrate social media into your job search strategy. Apart from learning to establish your personal brand and network with people online, you'll identify job opportunities via social media and turn leads into real-life job opportunities.

Duration: 5 Lessons

Introduction to Journalism, Class Central

Calling everyone interested in journalism: This course taught by the University of Strathclyde Glasgow could be the perfect class for you. Run by a team of internationally renowned scholars and journalism practitioners, the class gives you a behind-the-scenes look at the professional world of reporters and editors. The six topics are: what makes a good story, writing news, writing features, opinion writing, politics and journalism, and investigative journalism.

Duration: 24 Hours / 6 Lessons

Journalism for Social Change, edX

Taught by University of California, Berkeley's professor Daniel Heimpel, this course aims to teach students how to use journalism and media as an implement of social change. You'll learn to report so that your work can drive political will toward positive policy solutions and gain strategies for becoming an effective change agent yourself.

Duration: 24 Hours / 6 Lessons

Journalism Skills for Engaged Citizens, Coursera

Over eight weeks, this course, designed by instructors from the University of Melbourne, will teach you the basics of news writing, how to interview people to gain crucial information, how to develop your sources, and how to use your legal rights to access public information. You'll explore the ethics behind journalism practice and conduct a mock investigation into local government.


Start Writing Fiction, FutureLearn

Intended for anyone with an interest in fiction writing (with no prior experience necessary), this course teaches you how to develop your ideas and reflect on the writing and editing process. You'll hear other writers talk about their approaches to research and consider different plot strategies.


Color Theory: Overview    

Business Journalism: A Vanishing Necessity? (Time)     

Journalism 2.0: How to Survive and Thrive - Scholar Commons



Journalism has links that could be repeats and not really checked.