Rich's Musings

This blog is a collection of thoughts about teaching journalism and how I teach journalism at Cerritos College.

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Rich Cameron has been the chair of the Journalism program at Cerritos College since 1997. He teaches a variety of journalism classes and advises the school newspaper, the Talon Marks. Prior to 1997 he taught at West Valley College in northern California for more than 16 years. He has also taught at Reedley and Merced community colleges.

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Saturday, March 25, 2006


I love doing workshops at Cerritos and hope we can do more like the one we did this week on podcasting. What I'd like to do is pair with our mass communications partner, Radio-TV, to eventually sponsor monthly workshops. But that may be too ambitious, though it could be a goal to strive toward between now and 2010.

A more modest goal would be to aim for three each semester, with one of them being the SoCal and JACC state conventions, both of which count as extracurricular learning opportunities for students. We should have print, broadcast, design, new media and photo workshops. They can be hands-on or panel discussions or guest speakers.

Doing them is not that hard, and the more we do them, the better we get at doing them easily.


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