Browse School of Information Sciences by Subject "Journalism"
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The Cross -Cultural Learning Process of International Doctoral Students: A Case Study in Library and Information Science Education (2004)These phases represent significant of LIS international doctoral students in terms of cognitive (thoughts), affective (feelings), and physical (actions) aspects. Mapping participants' concerns and challenges during their ...
The impact of technology on the production and distribution of the news. Part 1: Computerized newsrooms (Graduate School of Library Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1979)Publishers turned to the computer, with varying degrees of success, to solve problems which the industry faced as it entered the decade of the 1960s. Once the new technology arrived in the pressroom, however, it precipitated ...
The impact of technology on the production and distribution of the news. Part 2: Delivering the news of the future (Graduate School of Library Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign., 1979)For the newspaper of the future, the heart of the significant technological change is the computer's transformation of print production, since the same digital signal which prints a newspaper can be converted to other final ...