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Olivia Azar

Citizen Journalism - 0 views

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    Came across this list of citizen journalism websites. Some better than others but all of them work as a reference of what this activity is.
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    In the list I also got some Indian website. Thanks for share it.
hreodbeorht

Tell Everyone by Alfred Hermida - 2 views

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    This recently published book, by a University of British Columbia journalism professor named Alfred Hermida, questions how the new culture of sharing and collaboration-and the pace of change that sharing enables-changes our lives. It's particularly interesting for us because it doesn't back away from the challenges that open access poses for us: how does being both creator and consumer change us? How does blurring the lines between these two change the way we think about the balance between copyright and the public good? Hermida doesn't tackle these last questions directly, but he provides a useful lens for thinking about our changing roles and how open knowledge and sharing need to reflect that. Considering the book's focus on sharing, it's somewhat ironic that it's not open access, but I highly recommend checking it out. It's received significant attention in the Canadian press and is exactly the kind of mainstream attention that can get conversations about open access started.
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    Not everything can be shared. Aside from the 14 reasons what makes people share knowledge is because they are trust each one with the knowledge that they will share will be beneficial to the receiver of the knowledge or learning. Knowledge is power when shared.
michielmoll

The Conversation - 1 views

http://theconversation.com/au In a way a strange choice to put undr Open Access. However this daily publication (also with uk and us editions) is very much linked to the idea of teh citizen journa...

open journalism peer-reviewed

started by michielmoll on 13 Nov 14 no follow-up yet
larssl

encrytion works - Google Custom Search | Diigo - 1 views

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    Micah Lee's whitepaper on open source encryption tools available in an post-snowden era.
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    Micah Lee's whitepaper on open source encryption tools available in an post-snowden era.
robert morris

Should journalism worry about content marketing? : Columbia Journalism Review - 0 views

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    Fascinating article about The Feed, a news org backed by Purina, designed to influence public opinion, while delivering "the news".
alibabas

Participatory culture anmd Ctizen journalism - 0 views

A newly discovered resources i found with reference to : Participatory culture and citizen journalism The web Link is : http://transmissionproject.org/projects/participatory-culture-foundation

Module 3 Knowledge Open MOOC open access Participatory culture Ctizen journalism Module3

started by alibabas on 31 Oct 14 no follow-up yet
belgm241268

Seven Things You Should Know About Citizen Journalism - 1 views

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    Here's a good primer about citizen journalism.
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    Thank you for sharing this resource. It is useful to understand citizen journalism.
rogergsweden

How Chinese Internet Censorship Works, Sometimes - 2 views

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    We have heard about creative ways to circumvent Internet censorship in China. But there are also creative ways to censor the peoples discussions and information on the net.
monde3297

Citizen Jouranlism - 0 views

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    Citizen Journalism
larssl

Middle-School Dropout Codes Clever Chat Program That Foils NSA Spying | WIRED - 1 views

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    Ricochet is an open source effort to make it possible for you to chat privately. In this article we get some insight on why this program is important. Ricochet should be introduced in an user friendly version this November.
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    Ricochet is an open source effort to make it possible for you to chat privately. In this article we get some insight on why this program is important. Ricochet should be introduced in an user friendly version this November.
nadiameyer

Libro recomendado de Fundación Telefónica "Periodismo ciudadano Evolución pos... - 0 views

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    Resumen: Medios tradicionales, redes sociales, reporteros, nuevos medios, blogue- ros, periodismo ciudadano, prensa en papel, contenido generado por el usuario, medios ciudadanos... Todo está cambiando en la era digital: la industria musical, la cinematográfica, la manera de informar e informarnos y, cómo no, los medios de comunicación. Conocer y saber qué está cambiando en este nuevo ecosistema mediático es imprescindible para innovar y afrontar esos retos con ciertas garantías. En este libro nos adentramos en el periodismo ciudadano, en la participación de los usuarios como generadores de información, convertidos ahora en creadores de sus propios medios(ciudadanos). La antigua audiencia pasiva ahora es activa: los usuarios se pueden informar unos a otros, tanto a nivel global como en los ámbitos más locales, haciendo un uso intensivo de las herramientas tecnológicas que tienen a su alcance, a través del gran canal de distribución que es Internet. Esta es una de las razones por las que los ciudadanos, implicados en tareas informativas (periodistas ciudadanos), se han convertido en el quinto poder, en los vigilantes del cuarto poder
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    Ya fue mencionado en el curso en la sección lecturas recomendadas.
nadiameyer

Periodista es criticado por publicar fotos trucadas - 1 views

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    Romualdo Maestre, periodista de ABC, publicó una imagen que pretendía demostrar que yihadismo e independentismo catalán son lo mismo. Sin embargo, esta instantánea era trucada, por lo que el comunicador fue duramente criticado. Luego de publicar el tuit que aparece en la parte posterior, el periodista fue inmediatamente increpado por los internautas, que descubrieron que la imagen era trucada.
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    No se conformo con compartir una foto trucada si no que al retirar la primera publico otra peor.
c maggard

Citizen Sceince - 1 views

An article assigned this week concerned Citizen Scientists. In my professional experience, citizen scientists assist the media and science community in a unique way. I grew up for a while in what i...

media weather journalism broadcasting module3 mooc open knowledge

started by c maggard on 18 Sep 14 no follow-up yet
larssl

NSA files decoded: Edward Snowden's surveillance revelations explained | World news | t... - 0 views

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    Interesting and pedagogical coverage of the implications of the surveillance disclosures by Ed Snowden.
mark Christopher

Social media concepts in doubt when applied to journalism - 4 views

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    Beware of impostors: Research has shown that 'citizen journalism' is no replacement for the real thing. Photo: Michael Fitzjames "Citizen journalism is an oxymoron," says Rakhal Ebeli, managing director of Melbourne-based news bureau Newsmodo. "I mean, how can someone who is not a journalist be a journalist?" I am adding this not that I am in agreement but its an example of negativity towards this area.
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    I think that this article does a good job of discussing some of the "darker" aspects of citizen journalism. It distinguishes how citizen journalism often deals with trying to change public opinion, whereas traditional journalism, in theory at least, aims to be objective and truth-based. While it is a large stretch to call traditional journalism "truth-based," there are typically certain measures in place to promote accuracy, such as fact checking, review, etc. I like how this article supports the professional integrity and need for trained, educated journalist, comparing "citizen journalism" to "citizen-pharmacy and crowd-sourced obstetrics." While there is certainly value in IndyMedia and citizen journalism, the flip side is that information distributed in this manner is not by any means guaranteed to be accurate or fair.
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    I am a professional journalist (Bachelor and master degree in Journalism) and I can tell you that a journalist that works for a media is not truth-based, accurated or with professional integrity. A professional journalist is an employee in a company with economical, policital and social interests supported by the content that is being published. I have the content of my articles changed from my managers in order to "match" the diary interests. And what was finally published was far from being truth (then I denied to put my name in the article, but it was still published). So citizen journalism might include emotions, prejudices and non contrasted impressions from citizens, but are still free and natural. I am totally towards citizen journalism.
mark Christopher

A figment in Miranda's imagination - Wendy Bacon - 1 views

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    Two weeks ago, News Corp Australia's Miranda Devine published Wendy Bacon and comrades lay into Sharri Markson on Twitter in defence of The Australian's media section editor Sharri Markson, who had been criticised for a column she wrote about the dangers of mixing activism and journalism.
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    I totally agree from the point of view of this article related to learning and being a Journalism teacher. Just great!
Jacynthe Touchette

What Happens to #Ferguson Affects Ferguson: Net Neutrality, Algorithmic Filtering and F... - 4 views

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    Links between citizen journalism, social media, "real" media coverage and the sociopolitic aspects of algorithms and filtering in relation to the recent situation in Ferguson, USA: "But keep in mind, Ferguson is also a net neutrality issue. It's also an algorithmic filtering issue. How the internet is run, governed and filtered is a human rights issue."
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    Ferguson es también un claro ejemplo de por qué la neutralidad de la red es una cuestión de derechos humanos; un problema de la libertad de expresión; y un problema de los sin voz se escucha, en sus propios términos.
robert morris

You see it, you report it. Citizen-based journalism | Masters of Media - 0 views

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    You see it, you report it.
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    This paragraph is in the article: "professional journalists have a specific mindset and a rigorous work ethic well established, unlike citizen journalists". I've been working as a professional journalist for 4 years, and at least in Spain, this would make a great laugh at many journalists over here... "specific mindset and a rigorous work ethic", very funny!
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