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Science journalism education: A curriculum project for South Africa, Namibia and Uganda.
This report provides details of a Study and information-gathering tour - through the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs - of esteemed American universities and media institutions by three ...
Digital storytelling: A unique account of Namibian culture: Paper presented at a conference, Kingston, Jamaica.
Storytelling has always been an oral tradition in Namibia. The Oshiwambo, Otji-Herero, Nama/Damara and San cultures have used storytelling as a means to preserve their culture and to ensure continuity. This Paper discusses ...
Missing the beat: Mainstream media mirror relevance of community media in election coverage in Namibia.
(Conference of African Journalism Educators (CAJE), Forum for African Media Educators (FAME), 2009)
In the Department Media Technology experiential learning has always been of the utmost importance. Even though Experiential Learning is a credit-bearing component in the undergraduate Journalism and Communication Technology ...