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Multitasking or not?

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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--095017 2011年10月25日 (二) 23:36 (UTC)

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Kitty Chan Hoi Shan

Today’s technology is more advanced, networking has been greatly developed and has led to the rise of new media; traditional media has thus now been redefined. Journalists in today’s society need to have a wide range of skills to meet (the needs - ??? what needs? Their needs? The needs of the job?). Prof. Anthony Fung deemed that journalism training should not only teach skills (but ignore the core concept of news - ??? You are saying that Prof. Fung stated that journalism training should IGNORE core concepts? This seems unlikely. If you make such a bold statement, you have to support it); news values, ethics and law are the examples. [The examples of what?]

Anthony Fung, dean of the School of Journalism at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, gave a talk about “The Network era of media ecology” at Hong Kong Shue Yan University for the students of the Journalism and Mass Communications Department earlier this evening. He pointed out that there are a lot of different definitions of new media in today’s society, however, on the aspect of journalism education, (news are always at - ??? news are always at what?) and needs to focus on its core moral values. [This last sentence directly contradicts what you said earlier - 'ignore the core concept of news'.]

Professor LamYu Fung, Head of the Department of Communications at the University of Macau, said that the current students probably have a mission to report news, however, they still need to improve on the topic of basic morality, like verifying the authenticity of information.

Multitasking skills are needed for journalists today in order to fulfill the needs of the industry. “Today's students are familiar with multitasking; it is a feature of today's young people and it helps their work a lot,” Prof. Fung said.

Prof. Will Ma, Assistant Professor of Shue Yan University, believes that multi-tasking will distract students’ focus, makes it so that they cannot concentrate on the work, and makes it difficult to be professional.

[Your article contains various sentence fragments and logical inconsitencies. Spend time editing your work before submitting it, and make sure it communicates your thoughts well.]

[You need to focus on the headline - you only mentioned multitasking at the end, and did so very briefly.]

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