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"Students in the Digital Journalism program learn how to think critically, work collaboratively, and write, interview and report ethically and effectively. They also learn how to integrate new and emerging multimedia tools and technologies into their storytelling, producing multi-platform content worthy of a portfolio. The program is housed in the new DJRN Digital News Lab, which serves both as the home base for the Digital Journalism program and the newsrooms for the student-produced City Times newspaper and sdcitytimes.com, as well as Legend magazine." ---- Adapted from Digital Journalism departmental page
Before you start searching, you must identify relevant key terms for your topic. Below are a few examples of key terms to try for digital journalism:
|Broadcast||Creative Commons||Freelance Writing|
|Journalistic Integrity||WordPress||Social Media|
Here a few examples of digital journalism-related search terms that you can use to find items in the library catalog. Note that adding the word "AND" will combine the key terms to give a narrower set of results:
Tips and tricks:
Need some help with figuring out a research topic or the research process in general? We have guides for those too!
*OneSearch doesn't show you everything! Some databases, like those from EBSCO, are not included so you will need to search them separately.
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