Journalism Lab Ι & ΙΙ

Journalism Lab I: Introduction to reporting and storytelling - The little form [410236]

Nikos Bakounakis

 

This lab is designed to be the foundation course for journalism. It teaches the essential skills of researching, reporting and writing. Provides techniques and skills on which much of students' work is built. Focuses on gathering, editing and telling written and multimedia news stories.  Using Athens as a laboratory and encompassing a variety of activities, students gain real-world experience and work individually and in teams to complete a big multifaceted project focused on hard or soft news journalism topics. (Recent topics: The Belly of Athens, Eco-friendly Athens).

 

The topics examined are:

  • The essentials of reporting.
  • The collection, prioritization and verification of information
  • What kind of questions should an article answer?
  • Digital journalism
  • The tools: the words, audio material, photography, video, graphics.

During this course, students are constantly evaluated through various essays and projects.

Journalism Lab II: Radio and audio communication [410236]

Aggeliki Gazi

 

This workshop will focus on the presentation of sound as a complex point of communication, a representational object of intertwining of the individual and society. Specifically, sound will be studied as the primary "interface" between the individual and the environment, as a path of interaction of the individual, society and the environment.

Psychosociological theories about the individual and listening, issues related to sound culture, acoustic communication and acoustic ecology will be discussed and a focus will be placed on exploring the term soundscape both theoretically and through an experimental approach.

Through this course students have the opportunity to expand his/her knowledge regarding the specific characteristics, codes and content of the radio medium. Students can understand the way new media are changing the traditional forms of communication. The understanding and analysis of the medium codes through the psychosocial approach indicates a structural approach to the radio. Through this approach the specific medium codes are forming concrete results in the use, uptake and impact of the message.  Through laboratory courses, which will accompany the theory, students will be trained on issues related to digital audio technology. Thus, a comprehensive understanding of the nature of the radio will be gained and an understanding of the way audio content should be composed and presented, based on a psychosocial approach, will be promoted.

Contact

e-mail: emme@panteion.gr

 

Τel.: - 210-920 1431 Mrs Konidi Niki, 
  Undergraduate students affairs
 - 210-920 1428 Mrs Thedorou Vasiliki,
  Postgraduate student affairs
 - 210-920 1064 Karalis Dimitris, 
  Executive secretary

 

Student services hours at the Secretariat [2nd floor of the old building]: every Tuesday 10:00 - 13:00

For certifications, letters of confirmation etc., students are assisted by the Student Services Centre in the quadrangle of the New Building, which operates daily from 9:30 – 13:30