Digital Curriculum Survey for Doctoral Students & Recent Graduates
If you are a doctoral student or assistant professor in a Journalism and Mass Communication program, please take a few minutes to complete this survey about digital courses and curriculum. Please pass along to other colleagues in your schools, programs or cohorts. This survey will help us assess the current nature of doctoral education in journalism and mass communication.
I am a:
Year received or expected to receive doctorate:
Specialization Area
Please rate your ability to teach the following on a scale of 1-5, with 5 representing the highest.
5 expert, could easily teach, or have taught, with minimal prep
4 above average, could teach with some prep
3 average, could teach with extensive prep
2 below average, could introduce topics in another media course
1 no ability to, no interest in, teaching this topic
Basic digital concepts - Internet history, digital business models, social media platforms
Mobile Storytelling
Basic Web Design - HTML/CSS, frontend frameworks
Advanced Web Development - JavaScript, interactive design
Data Analysis - coding for scraping, using application programming interfaces
Social media marketing/analytics
Photos/Video for Social Media
Mobile Development
Data Journalism
Innovation - entrepreneurship/design thinking
Virtual Reality/360 video/augmented reality
Drone journaism
Bots/Sensors/Internet of Things
Digital research and theory
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