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The Knight Center's new online course, "Digital storytelling for the next generation of Latinx journalists," is organized by the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas, in collaboration with Microsoft. This four-week online course will be held from June 20-July 17, 2022 and will be open to students who apply and are admitted to the course.
Students will learn fundamentals of several key subject areas, including:
- Branding and exploring identity
- Using TikTok and social media to tell your own story
- Tips and tools to elevate your journalism
- Advice, challenges and inspiration for the future
The course is open to Latinx college and university students in the United States, as well as recent college graduates. Students must apply and be accepted to participate in this course. Those who are interested in learning, as well as strengthening their reporting and storytelling skills for diverse audiences, are encouraged to apply.
Instructor: Dr. Amara Aguilar, a professor of journalism at USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.
This is an asynchronous course. That means there are no live events scheduled at specific times. You can log in to the course and complete activities throughout the week at your own pace, at the times and on the days that are most convenient for you. Despite its asynchronous nature, there are still structures in place for the duration of the course.