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Webjournalism

Code 11726
Year 2
Semester S2
ECTS Credits 6
Workload OT(15H)/TP(45H)
Scientific area Communication Sciences
Entry requirements No
Mode of delivery Face-to-face
Work placements No.
Learning outcomes The course has two fundamental goals: 1) to contextualize webjournalism and mobile journalism in the professional, technological and economic fields; 2) provide the student with skills that allow him to exercise the function of a journalist in an online information publication, using the journalistic language, the tools and the most appropriate platforms.
Syllabus 1. Media ecosystem: what has changed with the Internet and mobile devices 2. Webjournalism: Definition, origin and evolution. 3. Routines in Webjournalism: a) Research and sources; b) Planning; c) Writing techniques with hypertext; d) Integration of multimedia content; 4. Journalistic genres on the Web
Main Bibliography Aguado, J.M., Feijóo, C & Martínez, I. J. (2013). La comunicación Móvil: hacia un nuevo ecosistema digital. Barcelona: Gedisa Bastos, H. (2011). Origens e evolução do Ciberjornalismo em Portugal. Porto: Ed. Afrontamento Barbosa, S. & Mielniczuk, L. (2013). Jornalismo e Tecnologias móveis. Livros Labcom Canavilhas, J. (org) (2013). Notícias e Mobilidade. Covilhã: Livros Labcom Canavilhas, J. (2014) Webjornalismo: 7 caraterísticas que marcam a diferença. Livros Labcom Días Noci J. e Salaverria R. (org.) (2003) Manual de Redacción Ciberperiodística. Ariel: Barcelona Larrondo, A., Meso, K. & Tous, A. (2014). Shapping the News Online: Livros Labcom López, X. & Pereira, X. (edit) (2010). Convergencia Digital. Santiago de Compostela:SPICUSC Primo, A. (2007). Interação mediada por computador. Porto Alegre: Edit. Sulina Salaverria, R. (2005). Redacción periodística en Internet. Pamplona: EUNSA. Siapera, E. & Veglis, A. (2012). The Handbook of Global Online Journalism. W. Sussex:Wiley-Blackwell
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria Being a theoretical-practical course, we use a mix of expository methodologies (blocks 1 and 2) with active methodologies (blocks 3 and 4), a situation that materializes in moments of theoretical evaluation (part 1 of the assessment exam + work) and practical (reports + news + part 2 of the assessment exam) The evaluation criteria are as follows: - One report (groups of 3 students) - 30% - Two stories (individual work) - 20% - Theoretical-practical assessment exam (individual) - 40% - Work “The future of journalism” (individual) - 10% Note 1: The final grade of students who present themselves to the exam is based on the criteria defined in point 2, replacing only the exam grade Note 2: Given the theoretical and practical nature of the discipline, students are advised to be present in 80% of the classes.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2020-05-12

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