Teaching immersive journalism
Uskali, T., & Ikonen, P. (2020). Teaching immersive journalism. In T. Uskali, A. Gynnild, S. Jones, & E. Sirkkunen (Eds.), Immersive Journalism as Storytelling : Ethics, Production, and Design (Article 163-175). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429437748-18
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This chapter draws from a study designed for this volume. Its main purpose was to answer two questions: 1) where has immersive journalism been taught? and 2) how to best teach immersive journalism?
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