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Capstone Course
Moore, R. C. (2005 - pending). "The Capstone Course." In Christ, William G. (ed.) Assessing media education: A resource for educators and administrators. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum

Elizabethtown College Mission Statement

Dept. of Communications Mission Statement

Com 485 Communications Seminar Syllabus

Com 485 Communications Seminar Standards and Expectations

Keeping your ears to the ground
Gillis, T. L. and Moore, R. C. (2003). Keeping your ears to the ground: A journalist’s guide to citizen participation in the news. Windhoek, Namibia: The Polytechnic Press

Broadcast Writing
Moore, R. C. & Tyson, R. (2003). Broadcast writing (chapter 27). In Shilongo, P. (2003). Information gathering and writing for the media. Windhoek, Namibia: The Netherlands Institute for Southern Africa


Capacity building and the recognition of prior learning in Southern Africa
Gillis, T. L. & Moore, R. C. (2002). Capacity building and the recognition of prior learning in Southern Africa. Johannesburg, South Africa, July, 2002

Chapter for Design and Management of Multimedia Information Systems: Opportunities and Challenges
Gillis, T.L. and Moore, R.C. (2000). "Using multimedia systems in journalism distance education: A case study of initiateives in Sub-Sahara Africa." In Rahman, S.M. (2000).  Design and Management of Multimedia Information Systems: Opportunities and Challenges.   Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishers.


The development of professional standards
Gillis, T. L. & Moore, R. C. (2000). “The development of professional standards of practice and the assessment of prior learning of mid-career journalists in southern Africa by Elizabethtown College and the Polytechnic of Namibia’s pilot project “Butterfly.” Association for the Study and Evaluation in Education in Southern Africa, Port Elizabeth, South Africa, September, 2000.


Project Butterfly of Elizabethtown College and the Polytechnic of Namibia: The metamorphosis that is learning across the life span for journalists in Sub-Saharan Africa
Gillis, T.L. and Moore, R.C. (2000). "Project Butterfly of Elizabethtown College and the Polytechnic of Namibia: The metamorphosis that is learning accross the life span for journalists in Sub-Saharan Africa." A paper presented at the annual conference of the International Communication Assoication. Acapulco, Mexico. June 3, 2000.

I Learned More Than in all of my Classes: Internships
Moore, R.C. (2000). "I learned more than in all of my classes." Insights. Winter-Spring, 2000.  Columbia, SC: ASJMC.

Development Communication and Public Journlism: A Model for African media
Gillis, T.L. and Moore, R.C. (1999). "Development communication and public journalism: A model for African media." A paper presented at the annual conference of the International Communication Association. San Francisco. May 29, 1999


Technology in the Classroom: Using Internet Media to Deliver a Journalism Course to Swaziland
Gillis, T.L. and Moore, R.C. (1999). "Technology in the classroom: Using internet media to deliver a journalism course to Swaziland." In Syed, M.R., Baiocchi, O.R., Lasher, G.E. (1999).  Advance in Multimedia and Distance Education. Windsor, Ontario: The International Institute for Advanced Studies in Systems Research and Cybernetics.

Community Journalism Project with Swaziland - homepage

Journalism Accreditation Project (Project Butterfly) with Namibia - homepage



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