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Case Consortium at Columbia
Case Consortium at Columbia Partner: Various- School of Journalism, et al.
The Case Consortium @ Columbia (CC@C) was founded in 2011 by the Graduate School of Journalism, the Joseph L. Mailman School of Public Health, and the School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA). The consortium library, administered by the Columbia University Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), now holds more...

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Access: Open to all
Revised: May 2016
Released: January 2011

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Journalism School Case Studies
Journalism School Case Studies Partner: Knight Case Studies Initiative- School of Journalism
The Knight Case Studies Initiative at the Journalism School collaborated with CCNMTL to create multimedia case studies, which cover a range of topics confronting modern news organizations. The case studies are used in Professor Michael Shapiro's graduate journalism course, Decision Making in the Newsroom, to prepare students for the complexity...

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Access: Open to all
Released: April 2008

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Washington Post Case Study
Washington Post Case Study Partner: David Klatell- School of Journalism
"Building the Front Page of The Washington Post" is the first case study jointly created by CCNMTL and the Journalism School. It reconstructs how the editors of The Washington Post built the front page of the June 16, 2004 issue, based on the news of June 15. The goal is...

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Access: Private
Released: April 2005

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Journalism School Content Management System (JSCMS)
Journalism School Content Management System (JSCMS) Partner: Bruce Porter- School of Journalism
The Journalism School Content Management System (JSCMS) facilitates the editing, review, and publication of student work. A series of student-submitted articles and photographs are compiled into published issues after the completion of an online review and editing process. JSCMS models the publication process and supports different roles of the writers...

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Released: February 2005
Archived, no longer available.
News Budget
News Budget Partner: Addie Rimmer- School of Journalism
In the Columbia School of Journalism's Bronx Beat course, students write weekly stories for the Bronx Beat Newspaper. Prior to this project there was no means to keep a running list of each story for a particular issue of the Bronx Beat newspaper. CCNMTL created a "News Budget" database that...

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Access: Columbia only
Released: February 2004

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Radio Broadcast Content Management System
Radio Broadcast Content Management System Partner: John Dinges- School of Journalism
The Radio Broadcast Content Management System (Radio CMS) is a database driven solution that models the decision-making, review and editorial process of radio broadcasting, managing the steps journalism students follow to organize a live broadcast composed of numerous news stories. Each broadcast is then archived and distributed through a simple...

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Released: September 2002
Archived, no longer available.
Rohde to Srebrenica
Rohde to Srebrenica Partner: Anne Nelson- School of Journalism
This project was created for the course "Elements of International Reporting" at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, but can be used in international affairs, political science, and other courses. The website chronicles a journalist's journey through war-torn Bosnia, enhanced by video of Columbia University Professor Anne Nelson's interview...

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Access: Open to all
Released: September 2001

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News Reporting Simulation
News Reporting Simulation Partner: John Pavlik, Sig Gissler- School of Journalism
Using the News Reporting Simulation (NewsSim), journalism students assume the roles of reporters covering a fire story in a fictitious small city. Students practice their newsgathering skills, interviewing techniques, and writing in a controlled digital environment that approximates some of the conditions found in the real world....

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Access: Private
Released: September 2001

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Critical Issues in Journalism
Critical Issues in Journalism Partner: James Carey, Stephen Isaacs- School of Journalism
The course website for Critical Issues in Journalism contains a rich array of online articles, video excerpts, ethics codes, recent news, lecture slides, and case studies, many of which are supplemented with broadcast and print coverage of the original news stories upon which the case is based. Students engage in...

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Released: September 2001
Archived, no longer available.