Revistes Catalanes amb Accés Obert (RACO)

Ciberperiodismo y universidad : diagnósticos y retos de la enseñanza del periodismo on-line

Santiago Tejedor


Both analogue and digital journalists need Internet in their daily work. In the same way, Internet needs journalists. The network of networks, and specifically, online media requires professionals with specific skills and abilities. In this sense, the training of online communication professionals in order to meet the challenges of the new labour arena established by the network of networks has become a central issue for communication sciences faculties. They have to be able to teach future professionals the new skills and knowledge demanded by the Internet. However, universities have yet to achieve, apart from a few exceptional initiatives, the successful incorporation of cyberjournalism in syllabi. The present article proposes some recommendations and directives for the proper inclusion of it in syllabi and study plans.

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