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Producing for Web 2.0: A Student Guide (Media Skills) Paperback – July 15, 2009

ISBN-13: 978-0415486224 ISBN-10: 041548622X Edition: 3rd

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Jason Whittaker teaches on the Journalism program at University College Falmouth, and is also Professor of English and Media Arts. He has more than 15 years experience as a technology journalist and is the author of several books on new technologies, including The Cyberspace Handbook (2003) and Web Production for Writers and Journalists (2002), as well as several books on William Blake. His most recent publication is Magazine Production (2008).


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Jason Whittaker is Professor of Blake Studies at University College Falmouth, Cornwall, and acting Head of the Department of Writing. He was previously editor of the computer magazine PC Advisor, was a technical journalist for fifteen years and has written extensively about online media as well as Blake.

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