Please ask students to read these articles before arriving in class:
- Albæk, Erik. “The Interaction between Experts and Journalists in News Journalism.” Journalism 12, no. 3 (April 2011): 335–48. doi:10.1177/1464884910392851.
- Grauer, Yael. “How LinkedIn Can Help You Find Sources and Break Stories.” The Freelancer by Contently. October 1, 2014: https://contently.net/2014/10/01/resources/tools/social-media/linkedin-can-help-find-sources-break-stories/
- Jensen, Elizabeth. “NPR’s Online Source Diversity: New Data To Help Guide Newsroom.” NPR. July 17, 2018: https://www.npr.org/sections/publiceditor/2018/07/17/629533978/nprs-online-source-diversity-new-data-to-help-guide-newsroom
- Quart, Alissa. “The Trouble with Experts.” Columbia Journalism Review. July/August 2010: https://archives.cjr.org/feature/the_trouble_with_experts.php
- Wardle, Claire. “A Journalist’s Guide to Working with Social Sources.” FirstDraft. September 2016: https://firstdraftnews.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/First-Draft-A-Journalists-Guide-To-Approaching-Social-Sources.pdf