Online Course in Science Journalism
Created by the WFSJ and SciDev.Net
Welcome to the world’s first online course in science journalism, developed by the World Federation of Science Journalists in close cooperation with the Science and Development Network SciDev.Net.
The course is ready for use by professional journalists, journalism students and teachers. Scroll down this page to see all 8 lessons so far. These each consist of an e-lecture with examples, self-teaching questions, and assignments. Lesson 2 also has personal testimonies written by experienced journalists.
for more information click here or take a look at the user's guide
Adaptation: Emily Chung - Frank Nuijens
Lesson One : Planning and structuring your work
by Jan Lublinski
by Julie Clayton
- self-teaching questions
- pdf version
- Testimony 1 by Natasha Bolognesi
- Testimony 2 by Patrick Luganda
by Christina Scott
by Nadia El-Awady
by Gervais Mbarga and Jean-Marc Fleury
by KS Jayaraman
by Hepeng Jia and Richard Stone
by Šárka Speváková and Carolyn Robinson
by Hans Van Maanen
by Lynne Smit
For more online-information on science journalism and science communication you may also wish to consult the e-guide to science communication provided by SciDev.Net.
Illustrations: Kaianders Sempler