Students in COM 360, Introduction to Multimedia Journalism, have posted their multimedia projects. View their work >>
Taught by the Common Language Project, COM 363 is the capstone of the journalism major. Each quarter, teams of student reporters produce multimedia stories for the award-winning Next Door Media neighborhood blog network.
During spring 2010, students taught by Roger Simpson and Jim Simon, assistant managing editor of The Seattle Times, produced stories for Health Intersections, a news site connecting health issues around the globe with health conditions, research, treatment and education in the Puget Sound region and Washington state.
Students in Florangela Davila’s autumn 2009 entrepreneurial multimedia reporting class created iAM Magazine, an online magazine that presents the identities of real people in an audio-slideshow format.
A news magazine written by students in COM321/POLS330. The course is taught regularly by Nancy Rivenburgh.
Students in Florangela Davila’s spring 2009 special reporting topics class designed and reported for In:Site, a student publication dedicated to providing interesting, relevant and insightful arts and culture news.
Sounds News is dedicated to covering news affecting the Puget Sound environment. It is a project of the University of Washington’s Environmental Journalism class, a winter 2009 course in the Communication Department. The course was taught by Seattle Times reporter Warren Cornwall.
Students in the winter 2009 Digital Journalism course taught by Florangela Davila created videos and audio slideshows as part of their final projects.
Students in Roger Simpson’s Advanced Reporting and Newswriting class maintained a blog and explored the use of multimedia in some of their stories.