SPJ Super Regional Presentation: iPad2 for Journalists

Here's the link to a .PDF of SPJ DePaul Adviser Mike Reilley's iPad2 for Journalists presentation from the SPJ Super Regional on April 2. As a supplement, here are highlights from an #SPJchat we had on the iPad2 recently. It was great meeting all of you and by all means visit The Journalist's Toolbox and …

SPJ DePaul Who’s News Diversity Event

SPJ DePaul partnered with three other university student organizations to host a panel discussion entitled "Who's News? Achieving Diversity in Media Coverage and the Newsroom" on Feb. 17. The forum, which moderated by Karen Kring of the Association for Women Journalists Chicago, involved six panelists and drew a crowd of more than 40 people. The Korean Student …

SPJ Chat Schedule and How to Participate

Thursday, Oct. 6: Reporting techniques with Wall Street Journal reporter Amy Merrick (@amyjmerrick) Storify archive of the chat Next #spjchat coming in late October! Storify case study on how #SPJchat archives its chats. SPJ Blog Talk Radio discussion on how #SPJchat works. Storify blog post about #SPJchat with Burt Herman. Article by @dailynewstwist on #SPJchat. …

SPJ DePaul Project Watchdog Video

This video was created by SPJ DePaul student executive board members with interviews from the 2010 SPJ National Convention in Las Vegas. The purpose of the video is to help the public better understand the role of the press and the issues today's media deal with. Feel free to add any comments below or contact …

SPJ DePaul Social Media and Ethics Twitter Chat

As part of its required Ethics programming, SPJ DePaul played host to a Twitter chat titled "Social Media and Ethics" on Nov. 4. Steve Buttry, community editor with TBD.com in Washington, D.C., was the featured guest along with panelists Craig Kanalley of the Huffington Post and Scott Leadingham of SPJ's Quill magazine. The event drew 79 …

SPJ Convention: Author Mark Briggs Is Optimistic About Journalism’s Future

Author Mark Briggs spoke about the direction of the future of journalism at the 2010 SPJ Convention. Despite recent negative connotations with the profession, Briggs said he is optimistic about where it’s headed. “There is job growth in journalism,” said Briggs, who runs an online media consulting firm in Seattle and is author of the …