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News Literacy Module 8: Revenue Models

August 05, 2021 07:08 PM
A team of journalism students, faculty and staff at the BYU School of Communications spent Winter Semester 2021 creating eight modules about news literacy. Module 8 discusses evolving journalism revenue models. Students involved in creating the project were Emma Benson, Lauren Hemmert-Jensen, Hannah Koford Adams and Joe Belnap.
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News Literacy Module 7: The How of Journalism

June 03, 2021 12:00 PM
A team of journalism students, faculty and staff at the BYU School of Communications spent Winter Semester 2021 creating eight modules about news literacy. Module 7 discusses the how of journalism. Students involved in creating the project were Emma Benson, Lauren Hemmert-Jensen, Hannah Koford Adams and Joe Belnap.
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News Literacy Module 6: The Why of Journalism

June 02, 2021 12:25 PM
A team of journalism students, faculty and staff at the BYU School of Communications spent Winter Semester 2021 creating eight modules about news literacy. Module 6 discusses the why of journalism. Students involved in creating the project were Emma Benson, Lauren Hemmert-Jensen, Hannah Koford Adams and Joe Belnap.
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News Literacy Module 5: The Where of Journalism

June 02, 2021 12:20 PM
A team of journalism students, faculty and staff at the BYU School of Communications spent Winter Semester 2021 creating eight modules about news literacy. Module 5 discusses the where of journalism. Students involved in creating the project were Emma Benson, Lauren Hemmert-Jensen, Hannah Koford Adams and Joe Belnap.
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News Literacy Module 4: The When of Journalism

June 02, 2021 12:15 PM
A team of journalism students, faculty and staff at the BYU School of Communications spent Winter Semester 2021 creating eight modules about news literacy. Module 4 discusses the when of journalism. Students involved in creating the project were Emma Benson, Lauren Hemmert-Jensen, Hannah Koford Adams and Joe Belnap.
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News Literacy Module 3: The What of Journalism

June 02, 2021 12:10 PM
A team of journalism students, faculty and staff at the BYU School of Communications spent Winter Semester 2021 creating eight modules about news literacy. Module 3 discusses the what of journalism. Students involved in creating the project were Emma Benson, Lauren Hemmert-Jensen, Hannah Koford Adams and Joe Belnap.
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News Literacy Module 2: The Who of Journalism

June 02, 2021 12:05 PM
A team of journalism students, faculty and staff at the BYU School of Communications spent Winter Semester 2021 creating eight modules about news literacy. Module 2 discusses the who of journalism. Students involved in creating the project were Emma Benson, Lauren Hemmert-Jensen, Hannah Koford Adams and Joe Belnap.
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News Literacy Module 1: Why People Should Not Kill Journalists

June 02, 2021 12:00 PM
A team of journalism students, faculty and staff at the BYU School of Communications spent Winter Semester 2021 creating a series of 8 modules about news literacy. Module 1 gives an overview of the topic. Students involved in creating the project were Emma Benson, Lauren Hemmert-Jensen, Hannah Koford Adams and Joe Belnap.
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Teaching helps inform Church’s religious literacy efforts with UK Parliament and media

May 12, 2021 12:00 PM
It was an unusual Sunday morning in June 2019 in Flushing, located in the New York City borough of Queens. I and a group of 25 BYU travel study students were seated in the Flushing chapel of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It was not a typical sacrament meeting. The ward is bilingual and every participant received a headset. As leaders and fellow Saints spoke during a testimony meeting, there was simultaneous translation from either English to Spanish and vice versa. The Spirit was evident in either tongue.
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