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The West Virginia Uncovered eTrainer; creating an online multimedia training guide
THESIS

, West Virginia University, United States

West Virginia University . Awarded

Abstract

This professional project contains an external Web site, which serves as a multimedia journalism training guide for weekly rural newspapers in West Virginia. The training guide focuses on issues that many small rural newspapers face, including small staffs and limited budgets and resources. Small rural weekly newspapers in West Virginia serve as beacons of community journalism within their counties. Through the use of multimedia, they can enhance their Web sites to document the lives of those in their community in ways that are far more diverse than print journalism. This professional project also discusses the issues of social responsibility and the Internet as well as community journalism and the communitarian theory.

Citation

Rhodes, J.M. The West Virginia Uncovered eTrainer; creating an online multimedia training guide. Master's thesis, West Virginia University. Retrieved April 18, 2019 from .

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