Join The Carnival Of Journalism!

By Benét J. Wilson, DJTF co-chair, Online Managing Editor-Business Aviation, Aviation Week Group

Editor’s note: The Digital Journalism Task Force is joining with Knowledgewebb for a FREE webinar: 10 Steps to a Tech-Savvy You on Jan. 26 2-2:45 pm EST.  This webinar will outline the 10 steps — and critical websites, social networks and gear — to help you become more tech savvy. You’ll get complete notes as well as a primer on how to manage information overload.  The webinar is free, but you must register to attend.

I am a big fan of Google Reader, thanks to Mark Luckie of the 10000 Words blog.  My Reader is broken down into different folders on the topics I like to cover.  One of my must-read blogs is Digi Dave, written by David Cohn, founder of Spot.Us and a Reynolds Journalism Institute fellow.  The Digi Dave blog’s tag line is Journalism is a Process, Not a Product.  He blogs extensively about new media and beyond.

Cohn earlier this month re-started the Carnival of Journalism (I joined), which asks people to blog about a specific topic.  This month’s topic, with posts due Jan. 21, was on The changing role of Universities for the information needs of a community.  You can see the complete roundup of posts here.  And below are links to some of my favorite posts from this topic. Enjoy!

If you want to continue to follow the conversation, check out the #jcarn hashtag on Twitter.

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2 responses to “Join The Carnival Of Journalism!

  1. Ahhh shucks. I’ll add you to my Google Reader and make this a must read blog as well ;)

    Hope all is well and glad you liked the Carnival. I hope you participate in it next month.

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