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American University

Archive-It Partner Since: Oct, 2008

Organization Type: Colleges & Universities

Organization URL: http://american.edu/   

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Title: Investigative Reporting Workshop

URL: http://investigativereportingworkshop.org/

Collection: American University

Description: The Investigative Reporting Workshop, a project of the School of Communication (SOC) at American University, is a nonprofit, professional newsroom. The Workshop publishes in-depth stories at investigativereportingworkshop.org about government and corporate accountability, ranging widely from the environment and health to national security and the economy. The Workshop pairs experienced professional reporters and editors with graduate students, and co-publishes with mainstream media partners and nonprofit newsrooms. We also have an ongoing relationship with the PBS program FRONTLINE — producer Rick Young and his team are based at the School of Communication as well — and with The Washington Post.

Captured  on Jan 19, 2013

Videos: 44 Videos Captured

Subject:   Investigative reporting -- Studying and teaching (Higher) Journalism -- Studying and teaching (Higher) Communication -- Studying and teaching (Higher) Research institutes

Title: Institute for Strategic Communication for Nonprofits

URL: http://socnonprofitinstitute.pbwiki.com/

Collection: American University

Description: The Institute for Strategic Communication for Nonprofits is sponsored by American University's School of Communication. The Institute is an event for nonprofits communication professionals, film buffs and both veteran and novice documentary filmmakers to experience the convergence of media outlets, nonprofit groups and world political organizations in Washington, D.C.

Captured 2 times between Jan 19, 2012 and Jul 19, 2012

Subject:   Communication Nonprofit organizations Research institutes

Title: School of Communication

URL: http://www.american.edu/soc//

Collection: American University

Description: The School of Communication at American University is accredited by the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications. The school offers five undergraduate majors: communication studies, print/broadcast journalism, public communication, visual media, and foreign language and communication media (jointly administered with the College of Arts and Sciences). Interdisciplinary degrees in communication, legal institutions, economics, and government (CLEG, which is housed in the School of Public Affairs), and multimedia design and development (which is housed in the College of Arts and Sciences).

Captured 3 times between Jan 19, 2012 and Jan 19, 2013

Videos: 94 Videos Captured

Subject:   Mass communication -- Studying and teaching (Higher) Journalism -- Studying and teaching (Higher) Universities and colleges

Title: Contemporary Quotations

URL: http://www.contemporaryquotations.org/

Collection: American University

Description: The Contemporary Quotations website is sponsored by American University's School of Communication. The site honors the work of the late Rev. James B. Simpson, author of Simpson Contemporary Quotations. Simpson was a journalist, scholar, and episcopal priest who dedicated his life to the pursuit of collecting, archiving, and publishing notable contemporary quotations. The site is maintained as part of American University's Rev. James B. Simpson Fellowship program. The database collects and archives notable quotes by a diverse group of politicians, musicians, opinion leaders, and others on a wide range of subjects. AU students can use the site to find relevant and easily cited quotes for your papers and other projects.

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Videos: 5 Videos Captured

Subject:   Quotations -- Databases

Title: Investigating Power

URL: http://www.investigatingpower.org/

Collection: American University

Description: Investigating Power was created by Charles Lewis, the founding executive editor of the Investigative Reporting Workshop at the American University School of Communication (SOC). This multimedia presentation – blending the very different techniques, sensibilities and ethical values of broadcast journalism, documentary film production and Web publishing – is a work in progress. Lewis, now a tenured professor of journalism at American University, plans to continue interviewing historically significant national journalists, via the ongoing Investigating Power oral and visual history project at the Investigative Reporting Workshop. Investigating Power allows you to examine the life and work of 29 of the most important national journalists since 1950 with career timelines, recorded interviews, still photos, and archival footage.

Captured  on Jan 19, 2013

Videos: 66 Videos Captured

Subject:   Investigative reporting -- Studying and teaching (Higher) Journalism -- Studying and teaching (Higher) Communication -- Studying and teaching (Higher) Research institutes Oral history -- Studying and teaching (Higher)

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