School of Journalism and Communication

Nicole Dahmen and Seth Lewis say reporters may have to find new sources
These days, it seems everyone is aware of the “fake news” phenomenon. But with so much news out there, how can you tell which news is real, and which is bogus?Thanks to a University of Oregon librarian, tools and resources that can help make you a savvier consumer of news media are now just a mouse-click away. Created by Carolina Hernandez, journalism and communication librarian with the UO Libraries, the new Fake News and Information Literacy guide was inspired by current events.
Héctor Tobar says the president only gives up a falsehood when he feels he won
Journalism student Zach Putnam interviewed a family now living in Beaverton
SOJC doctoral student taps his Austria roots for a collaborative project
Nicole Dahmen and Seth Lewis discuss the ethics of Facebook Live, Periscope
The acclaimed author urges the audience to come to terms with race and equality
The journalism instructor describes the real-world experiences the class gets
The school is one of four nationally to stage the Poynter Institute events
UO experts from marketing and advertising will explore which high-paid ads scored touchdowns in the NFL's championship game