Explore the journalism aspects of the economic crisis in Spain while developing Spanish language skills on this 6-credit hour, four-week program in Salamanca, Spain.
- Meet professional in the field of Journalism
- Story Research – Determine as a class the focus and direction of our project and identify stories that we will report and edit while in Spain. Students will be expected to go beyond what has been already reported, to find stories that represent how Spain's diverse population and experience is affected by the crisis.
- Language Use – Students will use Spanish language in the field in reporting and editing, and will be expected to produce the site in Spanish and English.
- Website – Define and outline the goals of the website. For whom are we reporting and how will we delivery those stories.
- Mediums – Based on experience, interest and story topic, determine in what medium we will report each story. Each student will be not only encouraged, but expected to improve their skills in areas that they are not as proficient.
- Deadlines – Like other journalism courses, we will set and hold to our agreed upon deadlines to complete the project on time.
- Teamwork – Each member of the team will be expected to work closely with other team members to produce projects collaboratively, either through medium or within mediums. Brand and distribute the project to a wide audience, both in Spain and abroad.
- Salamanca, Spain
- Summer 2014
May 19 – June 14, 2014
- Students will earn 6 credit hours by combining the Journalism course with one of two Spanish courses:
- JOUR 481 (3 credits): Special Topics Multimedia Reporting
- SPAN 102 (3 credits): Elementary Spanish II
- SPAN 306 (3 credits): Experiencing Spanish Abroad
* Airfare between home country and Spain not included.