The internet has revolutionised the way the world consumes news in this age of digital transformation. This course will give students an overview of digital journalism and will assist them in developing the skills they'll need to be a successful digital journalist. Our specialists created this curriculum with the necessity of production and optimization skills in mind, as well as the requirement for students to establish their position in this fast-paced industry. Students will learn to capture news and share it on social media and other online platforms.
- Course Highlights
- Duration- 4 weeks
- Recorded Video Lectures & E-Workbooks
- Self-paced Learning
- Doubt-clearing Sessions
- AAFT Alumni Status
- Placement Assistance
- Digital Verified Certification
- What you will learn
As the course progresses, you'll learn how to employ many aspects of multimedia, including audio, video, text, photographs, graphic, animation, and editing skills, as well as how to use SEO tactics to promote your digital material.
- No prior knowledge or experience is necessary to take this course
- Prior interest in journalism can help.
- All a student needs to take this course is a pencil, paper, and a computer or mobile device with an internet connection.
- You need a device to record your own voice.
The course prepares students to work in a wide range of industries and job roles, including:
A sample of the recorded lecture to give you an idea of the format and depth of the course.
This course will familiarise you with the deep intricacies of the digitally driven journalistic world by treading the deep layers of society with the advent of online social networks driven by tremendous technological growth.
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Aahana B. ChopraAssistant Professor, Mass Communication
Aahana B. Chopra is an Assistant Professor at the University of Delhi's Indraprastha College for Women, and she recently completed her PhD thesis on "Media Literacy for Children" at Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University's University School of Mass Communication. She specialises in teaching social media practises, theories, models, and development communication, and has more than ten years of teaching experience.See Courses