Globally Social: New Media and Policy Change
Colleen McEdwards
Posted by colleenmcedwards On October - 14 - 2014 0 Comment

India drew attention to an important social and educational issue while conducting an interview about Clark Atlanta University.  She chose a student pursuing a Master of Social Work degree and got more than she bargained for from Rashida Dotson. This interview was done without expensive recording equipment and using the simple Audacity editing software program.  Listen to this for story structure and elements of what makes a feature newsy and issue-oriented as well as just plain interesting.

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