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In 2006, the BBC established the College of Journalism, a website on the BBC's intranet, in order to develop and distribute training materials to its global network of journalists. Recognizing the value that the materials would have to all journalists and journalism students everywhere, the BBC made the website available to subscribers through a partnership with Oxford University Press. The subjects covered by the College of Journalism range from craft skills (e.g. writing or directing video) to briefings on critical events and topics such as climate change and the conflict in the Middle East, to the many ethical issues now facing journalists. —Content includes hundreds of videos, audio clips, and discussion and text pages
covering every aspect of TV, radio, and online journalism —Continuously updated with coverage driven by the practical needs of BBC journalists around the world, as well as current events in the news —Features BBC TV reporters, anchors, and hosts known around the world Key features to assist journalists and journalism students —Blog - A forum for online discussion of all issues currently affecting journalism —Subject Guides include factual information and guides on key subjects in the news. All guides include text and video material —How To is where a journalist or aspiring journalist can find guides to virtually all the skills required within the profession. Subjects include interviewing,
editing, using social media, and much more —Law covers legal issues facing journalists, primarily in the UK but also broader, global issues such as international humanitarian law and law in times of international conflict —Standards covers the increasingly important issues of truth and accuracy, impartiality, independence, reporting in the public interest, accountability, and trust —Events enables users to stay up-to-date with the most recent developments within the world of journalism An authoritative and easy research and learning tool —Seamless Research Process - Content Collections allow users to seamlessly view all content on a given subject from across the site, cutting down on research
time —Active Learning - Enhanced and integrated social media, allowing information to be shared on a peer-to-peer basis —Simple Navigation - Allows users to easily and intuitively navigate the site's content —Authoritative - Editor in Chief, Matthew Eltringham, brings 16 years of experience at the BBC to the site, ensuring that content meets the standards expected of world-renowned journalists
How to subscribe For more information please contact email@example.com Free trials are available! Free trials of all our online products are available to institutions. Librarians and central resource coordinators can register for a trial at www.oxfordonline.com/freetrials The site is freely available to UK residents but commercialised outside the UK. This is in line with BBC policy for other online services. UK residents fund the BBC via a licence fee. Commercialisation outside the UK helps the BBC invest in content while keeping the licence fee as low as possible.
Contact Information Customers within North and South America: E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: 1 800 624 0153 F: 1 919 677 8877 Customers outside North and South America: E: email@example.com T: +44 (0) 1865 353705 F: +44 (0) 1865 353308