Online Media JMC 305 and 460 help students successfully enter and navigate the world of multimedia development, techniques, tools, trends and techniques.  It all starts with a clear vision.

Who is your audience?  What do you have to say?  What is your brand?  When are you going to post?  Where are you going to post? Why are you using this medium?  How are you going to manage your presence? Answers to these questions define your strategy and approach.

I’ve posted materials helpful to courses and programs I teach or lead at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.  Also included are links to sites created by students in current classes.  As always they are works in progress.

Here are some quality examples.

DSLR Filmmaking          Recorded Experience        Painting Phoenix        Muslim America         

Pitchfork Press (SJI2012)

Sparky Spill(SJI2013)     Devil’s Dish (SJI 2014)    The Pitchfork Post (SJI2015)

Digital Ink (SJI2016)       Digital Devils (SJI 2017)

ASU Crime                  Pool Safety

Downtown Dishes       Kuhbander          Newberry

Barajas        Carbajal        Esqueda         Holler

Malkin         Nish            Sutherland 


Concealed on Campus        Roosevelt Roasters

ASU Club Sports               Forsaken Faces       Phoenix Art

Steeped in Tea                 EcoPark Resort           Phoenician Fall

Mobile Munchies             Travel Arizona        AZ Cannabis

Greek Devils                   Living with the Devil

Healthy Eating             Phoenix Festivals         Food On Wheels

AZ Adventures            Amerinds of the Valley     AZ Festivals   Complete Athlete



 Johnson              Krejci               Lundberg      Mckenney     Mestas

Oakes                Olivera             Ordonez

Pongratz              Spencer             Wells           Zofcik


Phoenix Urban Art         ASU Survival Guide

ASU Campuses

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