Sharing similarities and discussing differences

Authors Els Diekerhof
Published in Proceedings of the first CARPE networking conference
Publication date 2011
Research groups Quality Journalism in Digital Transition
Type Lecture

Summary

The Utrecht School of Journalism has a long tradition in international higher education. The School’s European Culture & European Journalism (ED&EJ) programme is an example of a pedagogical practice in higher education where advanced students learn how to perform in an international context. Journalism students from Moscow to Ottawa and from Helsinki to Bilbao learn alongside Dutch students. It is not only the content of the programme and the reporting for the Web Magazine that makes the EC&EJ programme an inspirational educational experience. The programme demonstrates the importance of sharing different professional and cultural values. This sharing and confronting of professional standards contributes to an important new qualification for all higher educated professionals: awareness of cultural differences and similarities

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  • Els Diekerhof | Researcher | Quality Journalism in Digital Transition
    Els Diekerhof
    • Researcher
    • Research groups: Quality Journalism in Digital Transition

Language English
Published in Proceedings of the first CARPE networking conference
Page range 352-358

Els Diekerhof

Els Diekerhof | Researcher | Quality Journalism in Digital Transition

Els Diekerhof

  • Researcher
  • Research group: Quality Journalism in Digital Transition