J-Ethinomics online course

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J-Ethinomics online course

Time: March 19, 2012 to April 1, 2012
Location: online
Website or Map: http://www.j-ethinomics.org/i…
Event Type: online, course
Organized By: Center for International Media Ethics (CIME)
Latest Activity: Mar 19, 2012

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Event Description

The Center for International Media Ethics (CIME) offers courses in journalism ethics with a focus in J-Ethinomics, combining Journalism, Ethics and Economics.

J-Ethinomics is a term coined by the founder of the Center for International Media Ethics. It's the combination of journalism, ethics and economics. It's what the organisation teaches: using ethics to build trust in the news, sustaining demand for the media industry.

More generally, J-Ethinomics also highlights how the work of journalists impacts political and socio-economic development processes.

The course

This two weeks long online course consists of 5 sessions. Participants might access the platform any time of the day suitable for them. After going through the lesson of the day, there are exercises to put in practise what the theory has taught. To facilitate participation with low band internet connection,the lessons are in written format and assignments should also be submitted in writing. Group exercises facilitate active exchange of knowledge and opinion among participants of the training from all over the globe.

Approximately 2-3 hours are necessary to read each lecture and prepare your assignment that is why we provide 2 days for one session. 

Media experts on ethics provide feedback and answer questions that the course attendants might have. Upon completion of all 5 exercises on time the J-Ethinomics certification is awarded.

For more information on the next available course please see here or contact the institution, while the application form can be accessed here.  

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