Wednesday, November 11, 2009
Sunday, November 01, 2009
Read: How to be a Journalism Student
On Close/Critical/Focused Editing
- Read introduction to "Line by Line Editing" : The line-by-line editor looks at each sentence analytically, seeing its components and inner workings, using grammatical concepts as a set of tools for detecting and eliminating flaws. If you simply recognize that a sentence sounds bad, you can't necessarily pinpoint and correct what's wrong. Like the driver who know that the car won't start but has no idea what to look for under the dutifully raised hood, you can only fiddle with this and that in hit-or-miss fashion.
- Read What is Critical Reading?
- Read On Close Editing
- XX - See e-Learning for PowerPoint on XXX
- Is fact-checking a journalistic function? Jon Stewart Video