Just north of the national border dividing Washington state from British Columbia lies a world of cultures stuffed into a package known as Metro Vancouver. In that area is a university that houses a journalism major. Inside the branch of the school with journalism classes is a small ground-floor library with a plethora of cubicle study areas housing dozens of minds, one of which may be me at any given time, single-mindedly constructing a journalism project.
Think bigger. Outside of my cubicle, outside of the library, the school, the province, the country and outside of my perception of ideas are a world of other journalism students. How strong could we be together? What could we discover about our world by dissecting, researching, reporting on and sharing one theme hundreds of different ways?
Earlier tonight, #collegejourn discussed the possibility of such a project. It will be a global collaborative journalism project: one …Read More