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Here are a few guides for journalism students:



* Interviewing: how to begin the gathering process for journalistic writing, regardless of the medium.

* Basic news writing: for students getting started (geared for print journalism).

* Writing magazine style: tips for writing engaging and informative narrative stories.

* Self-editing: a checklist for editing your magazine-style stories.

* Photojournalism: things to think about in order to make striking images - even if you are using the most basic equipment.

* Photojournalism slideshow: similar to the guide but with images in a PowerPoint presentation.

* Resume basics: getting a job or internship starts here.

* Temple University's resume builder for communications students: similar to mine (above) but with much more detail.

* Get a job: tips for finding internships and jobs, as well as interviewing for positions and following up after your internships end.

* Start your own media outlet: here's a step-by-step guide to starting your own product (I have no idea how you make lots of money ... but you can do all of this stuff for free).


Click on the header to download the document. E-mail Professor Miller at with questions.