Where USF faculty, students and graduates are invited to talk about journalism and its problems and opportunities. This blog is not affiliated with the University of San Francisco, nor is the university responsible for any of the opinions expressed herein -- though it is certainly responsible for the people who entertain those opinions, having educated them. They make us proud.

Monday, August 04, 2008

Our Person in Italy

Audrey Sherman writes:

I just got back from Italy (the journalism program) and thought you might be interested in what we were doing over there. It was an awesome experience. We basically each created a web page complete with an article, photos and short video. It really taught all of the skills that seem to be important with the evolution of journalism lately. Mine was about the Slow Food movement with a video demonstrating a how to make pasta through a local woman.
Zemanta Pixie

No comments: