The latest issue of RCETJ is now online at www.rcetj.org (vol 4, no. 2). It’s a special issue on multimedia, media convergence and digital storytelling that was guest edited by Joe Murray, a professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication here at Kent State.
The issue contains ten articles on a wide variety of topics related to the issue’s theme and include such topics as the use of video as an aid to teach chemistry, iPods for language learning in higher education, media convergence in a college newsroom, using Second Life for research, teaching, and collaboration, eportfolios, a tool to track censorship and prior review of high school media, and digital storytelling as a gateway to computer science.
This issue is also the last one that was published under the editorship of Karen Swan. Yours truly will be taking over at this point in time. If you are interested in submitting a manuscript for publication (the Spring 2009 issue will be on blended learning), please visit the RCETJ website and take a look at the instructions for authors.
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