Reporting on Covid - a conversation with the ABC's Richard Willingham and The Age's Chloe Booker.
Let's face it: virtual catch-ups, digital collaboration tools and online training have become a part of many careers like never before. However, the innovative ways of working that we've adopted to respond to our changing circumstances are far from temporary. In fact, with a forecasted spike in demand for skills in technology, communication and collaboration, now is the time to consider how your industry may evolve, and how you should advance with it.
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Journalism @ RMIT invites you to join the conversation with the ABC's Richard Willingham and The Age's Chloe Booker on reporting in the time of Covid. Join staff Alex Wake and Sonja Heydeman for this special event from RMIT's Graduate Diploma of Journalism.
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