Last Tuesday, SPJ/ONA DePaul met to continue the journalism ethics discussion that began at the following chapter meeting on Jan. 27. We revisited our suggested revisions to the SPJ Code of Ethics with two of our professors who specialize in press ethics, Jason Martin and Bruce Evensen. They helped us further develop our ideas from […]
Despite wind chills that hit minus-30 degrees, SPJ/ONA DePaul’s executive board met with the organization’s membership on Jan. 17 to review the SPJ Code of Ethics and begin drafting changes. The exercise is part of the national organization’s first review of the code since it was last updated in 1996. SPJ/ONA DePaul will meet again […]
All student members, nonmembers, alums and DePaul University College of Communication faculty are welcome to attend. Have suggestions for changes to the code? Tweet them to @spjonadepaul and use the #spjcode hashtag.
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. […]
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 […]