Educational

American Journalism Review
http://ajr.newslink.org/
An excellent American industry magazine for publishers, editors and journalists.

British Journalism Review
http://www.bjr.org.uk
Quarterly publication, designed as a forum of analysis and debate to monitor the media, submit the best and worst to scrutiny and raise the level of the dialogue.

Columbia Journalism Review
http://www.cjr.org/
The Columbia Journalism Review is published six times a year by the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. This site links to the CJR magazine that covers a variety of media-related topics, issues and debates.

Communications Law Centre
http://www.comslaw.org.au/
An excellent site from the CLC, an independent, non-profit public interest group that specialises in media and communications law. It is involved in teaching, research, public education and legal advice. The site includes a good library, news and events, research papers, submissions to government and the CLC publications.

Deakin University
http://www.deakin.edu.au
Deakin University offers both undergraduate and post graduate studies in journalism.

Editor and Publisher
http://www.mediainfo.com/
First-rate American industry journal pitched at senior editorial management.

Knight Fellows, Stanford
http://knight.stanford.edu/
This site describes probably the best mid-career fellowship programme for journalists, a year of studying what you like with no exams in a marvellous campus environment at one of the world's top universities, Stanford in California. Twelve American and about eight international journalists are selected each year. Australian fellows have been Russell Skelton, Michael Smith, Steve Harris, Malcolm Schmidtke, Bill Birnbauer and Agnes Cusack.

Monash University
http://arts.monash.edu.au/journalism/
Journalism program at the School of Journalism and Australian Studies.

Nieman Journalism Lab
http://www.niemanlab.org/
A project of the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University, the Nieman Journalism Lab is an attempt to help journalism work out its future in a world in which the Internet is becoming increasingly central.

Pacific Journalism Review
http://www.pjreview.info/index.html
South Pacific news media information and communications issues, linked to the Australian Centre for Independent Journalism at the University of Technology, Sydney.

Project for Excellence in Journalism
http://www.journalism.org/
Another American help group that aims to elevate standards in journalism. Conducts international projects and briefings.

Publishers Weekly
http://www.publishersweekly.com/
Another American journal targeting book publishers.

Queensland University of Technology
http://www.maj.arts.qut.edu.au/
School of media and journalism.

RMIT
http://www.rmit.edu.au/
RMIT offers both undergraduate and postgraduate courses in journalism.

The Australian Centre for Independent Journalism (ACIJ)
University of Technology, Sydney (UTS)
http://www.journalism.uts.edu.au/
A superb site with good material on codes of ethics, media regulation and a wealth of resources, including classroom materials, a journalism bibliography and many links to journalism-related sites.

The Poynter Institute
http://www.poynter.org/
The Poynter Institute is one of America's premier journalism training, research and educational institutions. It's marketing motto is: Everything You Need To Be A Better Journalist. It makes a fair fist of living up to it. Includes research, tip sheets, a bookstore and lots of articles on ethics.

University of Queensland
http://www.uq.edu.au/jrn/
Department of Journalism.

University of Wollongong
http://www.uow.edu.au/
Information on the university's journalism school and an excellent list of web links to news sites.


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