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OJR Journalism Tutorial Wikis

Saturday, March 12, 2005 Posted: 08:30 PM JST

The Online Journalism Review has started a collection of tutorials about basic journalism skills. The tutorials are targeted at people who are new to journalism, like bloggers or writers at volunteer organizations. The tutorials are to-the-point and extremely practical. They are also in wiki format, so anybody can add and edit.

"While we're hoping to reach bloggers and others outside traditional newsrooms with this feature, we need the help of experienced journalists, including those on this list," OJR editor Robert Niles is quoted on CyberJournalist.net. "Your anecdotes and advice will help provide the guidance that many 'grassroots' reporters and bloggers could use and would welcome in their efforts to provide better content online."

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