Two days of the second week of journalism training in Asia Pacific Journalism Centre office, at Amess Street, Victoria, Australia, the fellows tutored how to use mobile phone to produce news.
by Makmur Dimila
Renee Barnes, a senior lecturer in journalism at University of the Sunshine Coast shows and guides the participants how to create stories then share them with ‘only by a phone’, assisted by Tito Ambiyo an Indonesian journalist who working in Aussie.
Participants learned how to create and publish stories with tools such as Audioboom, Soundclouds, Wavepad, KineMaster. All of those tools weren’t familiar to them before.
In the first day of this digital journalism training, the fellows should create a video with KineMaster tool. They were divided in to some group, two persons for a group. Then their exercise must be uploaded to APJC Youtube account.
Agusta Bunai from West Papua and I created a video about how to adjust with the cold weather in Melbourne as it is close to winter. She recorded my demonstrations about how to be comfortable in dressing.
On the second day, Renee assisted by Lisa Gye a senior lecture in Media and Communications at Swinburne University, shows the participants how to do blog well. I do like it.