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Work History

Associate Professor, School of Journalism, Carleton University, Ottawa
1995-present

  • Teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in online and broadcast journalism
  • Supervising graduate research projects

Assistant Professor, School of Journalism, Carleton University, Ottawa
1990-1995

  • Teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in print and broadcast journalism

Documentary Producer/Editor, CBC Radio News, Parliamentary Bureau
1987-1990

  • Producing weekly reports for the national CBC radio program, The House

Editor/Reporter, CBC Radio News, Ottawa, Ontario
1985-1987

  • Covering daily news from Parliament Hill for CBC Radio North and the network

Senior News Editor, CBC Radio News, Whitehorse, Yukon
1983-1985

  • Supervising a four-person newsroom producing five daily, local newscasts and filing stories to the network

Reporter, CBC Radio News, Whitehorse, Yukon
1979-1983

Freelance reporter
1978-1980

  • Sold stories to The Globe and Mail,The Toronto Star, The Vancouver Province, The Edmonton Journal, Alaska Magazine

Reporter, Whitehorse Star, Whitehorse, Yukon
1978-1979

Publications

Books and book chapters

  • Chapter on Why Study Journalism Now? for The New Journalist: Roles, Skills and Critical Thinking, by Paul Benedetti, Tim Currie and Kim Kierans, Emond Montgomery, 2010.
  • Chapter on Journalism Online: Words are not Enough on the Web for The Canadian Reporter: Third Edition, Catherine McKercher, Allan Thompson and Carman Cumming, Nelson, 2010.
  • Co-authored a chapter called After the polls closed: The race to publish results, for Canadian General Election 2000, C. Dornan and J. Pammett (eds.), Dundurn Press, 2001
  • Co-authored the Internet Handbook for Writers, Researchers and Journalists, Trifolium Books Inc., Toronto, 1997, Guilford Press, New York, 1998. Revised and updated in 2000 and again in 2002.
  • Chapter on Finding Gems on the Internet for The Canadian Reporter: News Writing and Reporting, Catherine McKercher and Carman Cumming, Harcourt Brace Canada, 1998
  • Chapter on Working Woman for Women's Periodicals in the United States: Consumer Magazines, Kathleen L. Endres and Therese Lueck (eds.), Greenwood Publishing Group, 1995

Papers, reports and presentations

  • Researched, wrote and produced an audio report on a conference organized by the NSERC Northern Chair at Carleton University on “Relations Between Traditional Knowledge and Western Science,” 2003
  • Co-authored and presented a paper on The Internet challenge to election night coverage” to the annual conference of the Association for Canadian Studies, Ottawa, June 2002.
  • Co-authored a paper on The Internet challenge to election night coverage”, presented by my co-author at the Association of Educators in Journalism and Mass Communications, Miami, August 2002.
  • Co-authored a paper on "Canadian Election Night 2000: Internet Versus Television", presented by my co-author at the Broadcast Education Association, Las Vegas, October 2001.

Book reviews

Reviewed Flash Journalism: How to Create Multimedia News Packages by Mindy McAdams for Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, Autumn, 2005

Editing Roles

Education Editor for J-Source, 2006-Present

Workshops/Talks/Seminars

Writing for the Web, Communicating on the Web, The Web as an Interactive Medium
2001-present
Many half-day and full-day workshops for a variety of clients including The Editors’ Association of Canada, The Gordon Writing Group, various federal departments and agencies, The Association of Universities and Colleges of Ontario

Internet Research Techniques
1994-2001
Many half-day for a variety of clients including CBC Radio News, National Public Radio, the Globe and Mail, The American Press Institute, National Public Radio, the McConnell Foundation, The Canadian Association of Journalists, The Media Club of Ottawa.

Broadcast Interviewing
Various workshops/presentations for clients such as CBC Radio News and National Public Radio in Washington

New Media Technologies
Panelist at CBC.ca's annual WebEd conference on How new technologies are changing election coverage, March, 2006

Panelist on How to succeed in the 21st century newsroom, at the annual convention of the Canadian Association of Journalists in Ottawa, 2002

Panelist at the annual convention of the Association of Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication in Washington, D.C., 2001 about Teaching Online Journalism. Carleton's online publication, Capital News Online, had been selected as the best journalism Web site of 2000 by the association
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