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Course material for the Highway Africa workshops, presented by Izak Minnaar (SABC), Dr Julie Taylor (Google) and Jackie Rajuai (Google) on Monday 5 and Tuesday 6 July 2010:

Presentation by Andrew Bangs from YouTube in the Highway Africa plenary on Tuesday 6 July on

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1 Africanising journalism curricula: perceptions of African journalism scholars
Bevelyn Dube
4150 0.225534 27.07.2010 27.07.2010
2 Broadening Horizons: A Case Study of a Training Newspaper at the University of Botswana
Wanja Njuguna
2002 0.139323 27.07.2010 27.07.2010
3 Dynamics of Elite Power and the clash of media reform agendas in contemporary Zimbabwe
Zvenyika Eckson Mugari
4749 0.111963 27.07.2010 27.07.2010
4 Journalism Education Curricula Models: An Analysis of CTT of Four Programmes in Nigerian Universities
Muyiwa Popoola
2237 0.106061 27.07.2010 27.07.2010
5 Re-conceptualizing Journalism Education and Media Studies in Africa
Winston Mano
2125 0.111109 27.07.2010 27.07.2010
6 Situating language in the center of journalism training: the case for broadening the spheres of English teaching and learning in journalism training institutions in Ghana
Modestus Fosu
1873 0.471546 27.07.2010 27.07.2010
7 Teaching journalism in a proliferated system: the state of journalism education in Nigeria
Oyewo Oyeyinka Olusola
2933 0.092469 27.07.2010 27.07.2010
8 Teaching the future: A case study in preparing journalism students to work in a new (and multiple) media future
Indra de Lanerolle & Anton Harber
1247 0.134694 27.07.2010 27.07.2010
9 The Rwanda Initiative: The dynamics of a North-South media project and its prospects for building capacity, cooperation and community
Kanina Holmes
1682 0.415263 27.07.2010 27.07.2010
10 Twenty years of Journalism education in the Southern African development region (SADC): A comparative review study, 1989 – 2009
Bhekimpilo Sibanda
1585 0.147152 27.07.2010 27.07.2010
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