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Indiana University Journalism

Course Listing: 2008-2009 Summer II

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JOUR-J525 Digital Photography & Photo Editing
Description: (cr. 2-3)
Sharpen your photo storytelling and editing skills as you receive hands-on experience shooting assignments on digital cameras and editing images for publication and the Internet on the latest computer software. Also learn to collect and edit sound for basic multimedia presentations. Computer applications include Adobe Photoshop CS4, Expressions Media, and Photo Mechanic for imaging and editing digital pictures. Applications for teaching and advising student media in the secondary school also included.
 
Categories: High School Journalism Institute
 
Instructor: Steve Raymer
Syllabus: j525SummerII2009.pdf
JOUR-J575 Student Press Law and Ethics
Description: (cr. 2-3)
This course is designed for both experienced and relatively inexperienced scholastic journalism teachers and media advisers. We will cover legal and ethical issues in the media, especially as they apply to teaching and advising high school publications and media staffs. The course will examine the basics of media law, ethical decision-making as it pertains to school publication situations, and legal and ethical cases and situations especially relevant to high school newspapers and yearbooks.
 
Categories: High School Journalism Institute
 
Instructor: Anthony Fargo
Syllabus: j575SummerII2009.doc
JOUR-J592 Media Internship
Description: (cr. 1-3)
By permission only.
Professional experience in media. Students hold work assignments with media organizations. Grading is on an S/F basis. Arranged through the associate dean for graduate
studies office.
 
Categories: Special Courses
 
Instructor: Amy Reynolds
JOUR-J700 Specialized Reporting Project
Description: (cr. 3)
By permission only.
 
Categories: Special Courses
 
Instructor: Amy Reynolds
JOUR-J800 M.A. Thesis or Creative Project
Description: (cr. 3)
By permission only.
This course is eligible for a deferred grade.
 
Categories: Special Courses
 
Instructor: Amy Reynolds
JOUR-J804 Readings and Research in Journalism
Description: (cr. 1-9)
By permission only.
This course is eligible for a deferred grade.
 
Categories: Special Courses
 
Instructor: Amy Reynolds
JOUR-G599 Thesis Research
Description: (cr. 0)
By permission only.
 
Instructor: Amy Reynolds
JOUR-G741 Ph.D. Research in Mass Communications
Description: (cr. arr.)
This course is eligible for a deferred grade.
 
Categories: Graduate School Courses
 
Instructor: Amy Reynolds
JOUR-G790 Readings and Research in Mass Communications
Description: (cr. 1-3)
This course is eligible for a deferred grade.
 
Categories: Graduate School Courses
 
Instructor: Amy Reynolds