Author: Anne Cong-Huyen

Digital Journalism Tools

While the most important element of journalism (print, digital, etc.) will always be ethical, well-researched, verified, and substantiated writing, in digital media, there are many ways to enhance that writing. Below, we’ve collected a few resources to help review intellectual property and copyright in the digital age, and to produce visuals, interactive media, and more. Intellectual …

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Public Service Announcements (PSA)

Public Service Announcements or Public Service Advertisement (PSA) are generally free media, often in the form of commercials or ads, produced by not-for-profit organizations and disseminated for the purposes of education. As an assignment, PSAs encourage students to combine traditional research with elements of design, visual and audio rhetoric, and to strategize mobilization campaigns to …

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Event: Feminist Library on Wheels

  Please join Wardman Library, DigLibArts, and Alumni Programs & Giving in welcoming Dawn Finley ’00, co-founder of the Feminist Library on Wheels (F.L.O.W) with Jenn Witte, who returns to Whittier College to talk about the significance of feminist making/hacking, mobility, and books as vehicles for intellectual exchange in Los Angeles neighborhoods. We will be hosting an afternoon …

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Job: We’re Hiring Student Tech Liaisons!

DigLibArts seeks to hire two self-motivated, creative, and ambitious Student Technology Liaisons to join our team. In past semesters, Technology Liaisons worked as peer mentors, led workshops, and helped research and experiment with digital media tools. You’ll gain valuable professional skills and learn to work collaboratively in the fast-paced emerging field of digital education and scholarship. Candidates will …

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