Journalism

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300054354

Scope note(s)

  • Communications field concerned with the collection, preparation, and distribution of news and related commentary through the mass media, both print and electronic.

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  • Getty Art & Architecture Thesaurus

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Journalism

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Journalism

  • UF Journalistic

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Journalism

104 Archival description results for Journalism

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Roseleaf

ROSELEAF is a newsletter published by the Academic Computing Information Centre to provide computing news and information to the Ryerson Community, with an emphasis on the academic sector.Beginning in September 1986, the newsletter changed from a weekly publication to a monthly multi-page publication under the newname of THE BIG PICTURE (RG 63.4)

The Big Picture

THE BIG PICTURE is a monthly newsletter published by the Academic Computing Information Centre to provide computing news and information to the Ryerson Community. It succeeded the publication ROSELEAF (RG 63.1) with its first issue in September of 1986.

Financial Planner

This file contains 1 copy of Financial Planner guide prepared for the Alumni and Friends of Ryerson Polytechnic University by Alumni and Community Relations Department.

President's newsletter

The President's Newsletter, issued bi-annually, Spring and Fall, discussed updates and noteworthly events related to the school and faculty in a hardcopy format. It was discontinued as of October 19th, 2009 and replaced with the wholly digital, Ryerson Today.

Research and Innovation newsletter

This file contains Research and Innovation Newsletter for faculty at Ryerson involved in research, development and/or business activities; published quarterly by The Office of Research and Innovation.

Imagearts.ca

File contains various volumes of the newsletter of the School of Image Arts, imagearts.ca.

David Hayes fonds

  • F 859
  • Fonds
  • 2003

Fonds consists of an article authored by David Hayes.

Hayes, David

Impact

A joint publication between the Office of the Vice President, Research and Innovation and the Office of University Advancement.Last publication: May 2007

The Difference Private Funding Can Make

The images used in this display collection were created in the early to mid 1980s. They were subsequently enlarged and mounted for display, "The Difference Private Funding Can Make". Descriptive labels accompanied the display boards, but were transcribed (below) and destroyed.

General Instrument of Canada
Satellite Signal Receiving System Electrical Technology

J.P. Bickle Foundation
CineScan
Media Library

Delta-Sheraton Front Desk Computer
Hospitality and Tourism Dept.

Sony of Canada Ltd.
Broadcast Journalism Laboratory [2 images]

The Ryerson Report

File contains copies of the newsletter published by the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management. Included in the file are:
Volume 1, No. 1 May 1982
Volume 1, No. 2 August 1982
Volume 1, No. 3 December 1982
Volume 2, No. 1 March 1983
Volume 2, No. 2 September 1983
Volume 3, No. 1 May 1984
Volume 4, No. 1 May 1985

Hospitality and Tourism

One copy of the April 1975 Vol. 1 no. 2 edition of "Hospitality and Tourism". Newsletter is created and published by the students in Hospitality and Tourism. Funding was provided through the "Society of Hosts" - the Hospitality students course union.

Books - published

This file contains 4 books authored by Stuart McLean:
-The Morningside World of Stuart McLean ( 2 copies)
-Welcome Home: Travels in Smalltown Canada
-Stories From The Vinyl Cafe
-Home From The Vinyl Cafe: A Year of Stories

Handbooks and guides

This file contains 2 handbooks/guides authored by Don Gibb:
-How to Write the Perfect Lead
-A Guide for Reporters. How to Get the Most from your Interviews

Stuart McLean fonds

  • F 467
  • Fonds
  • 1989-1998

Fonds consists of books authored by McLean.

McLean, Stuart

Journalism brochure

The file consists of negatives and corresponding contact sheets produced in approximately the mid 1980s for a Journalism brochure.

Ryerson Media Centre

School of Business Management newsletter

The following paragraph was copied from the Business Management section of the Ted Rogers School of Management "The present Newsletter came from humble beginnings. Probably in 1991, a regular Ted Rogers School of Business newsletter began with the Monday Morning Musings written by Prof. Bob Kurys, the first faculty member to hold the new position of Associate Dean of the School. Then the name changed to the Weekly with a succession of editors, Prof. Lee Maguire, Prof. Chris Phillips, Prof. Stan Bowen. Antoinette Andrade was a proof-reader for the Weekly. After Lee, Chris and Stan's retirement, Antoinette Andrade took over as editor of the newly-named Newsletter."NOTE: The newsletter ceased production after the retirement of Dr. Peter Luk in 2007.

Placement News newsletter

The file contains one page of announcements from the Placement Centre (Career Centre) regarding workshops, employers on campus, and job-related advice. It is less than a newsletter and more of a bulletin.

Career Centre

Ryerson Career Path newsletter

Career Path, September 1998, Issue 1 (vol. 1) is two pages of general Career Centre information, and workshop, seminar descriptions. The newsletter grew to four pages of career advice and information with workshop descriptions.

Career Centre

FCAD's Publications

Series of publications created and distributed by Applied Arts and later Communication and Design. Publications included departmental newsletters, scholarly research updates, and annual reports.

Ryerson News

File consists various editions of the Ryerson News, a newsletter published by the School Liaison Office at Ryerson Polytechnical Institute. File also contains Ryerson News letterheads.

CESAR newsletter

  • RG 24.11
  • File
  • 1999-
  • Part of CESAR

File contains newsletters created and mailed out by CESAR (Continuing Education Students' Association of Ryerson).

LRC newsletter

File contains the inaugural issue of the LRC newsletter. Its purpose was to impart information about the activities of the Library and Research Centre (LRC) and to provide a forum for the writings of people who worked in the LRC; to profile individual employees; publish original short fiction and non-fiction; report relevant activities of RFA, OPSEU and the LRC administration; and publish other news and information that the readership would find interesting.

NEXUS newsletter

Contained in the file are issues of the Library's second newsletter, Nexus, the purpose of which was to inform its readership - Ryerson faculty and Library staff - of Library activities, including employee profiles and relevant administrative changes. In November 2009, with Issue 21, NEXUS became available only as an e-issue. Due to increased use of electronic communications within Ryerson, Nexus was discontinued, the last issue being Spring 2014, Issue 29, and replaced in 2016 by a News section on the RULA* website home page.

*RULA - Ryerson University Library and Archives

Lynn Cunningham fonds

  • F 778
  • Fonds
  • 2001

Fonds consists of one magazine containing an article authored by Cunningham.

Cunningham, Lynn

Frances Henry fonds

  • F 760
  • Fonds
  • 1999

Fonds consists of one unpublished research report by Henry.

Henry, Frances

Bronwyn Drainie fonds

  • F 690
  • Fonds
  • 1997

Fonds consists of one article authored by Drainie.

Drainie, Bronwyn

Don Gibb fonds

  • F 659
  • Fonds
  • 1996

Fonds consists of two handbooks authored by Gibb.

Gibb, Don

Library newsletters

The Series consists of newsletters published to inform its readership of the activities of the Library, including employee profiles and administration updates.

The LRC newsletter (Library and Research Centre) was produced simply and in-house (within the Library) in 1987 and had no official title. No other issue was produced.

"Nexus" replaced the first newsletter in April 1990, as a more formal newsletter and aimed at a readership including Ryerson faculty and Library staff. With the November 2009, Issue 21, NEXUS became available only as an e-issue. The last issue was Spring 2014, Issue 29.

FORUM newsletter, 1994-2009

Over the years, the FORUM newsletter was published weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, bi-weekly, and, finally only six issues per year. Topics included Ryerson news, staffing updates, and staff and alumni notices. The publishing schedule was changed in 2006 to a calendar year from the academic year. The October 2005 issue was the last hard copy and a solely digital format was was released with the next print in 2006. Tthe FORUM was discontinued in 2009 and replaced with a new newsletter, Ryerson Today, on October 19, 2009 distributed via email notification and a link to the webpage.

President Sheldon Levy's column, "On My Desk," October 2005, Vol. 30, Issue 6 to Jan/Feb 2009 digital issue.

Office of University Advancement

Open College Listeners Network

Open College Listeners Network - The Educational service of CJRT 91.1 FM Newsletter. The newsletter provided profiles of professional and academic course developer/presenters

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