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John P. McGuire and Ray Murray

Print sport journalists are facing new demands in their jobs, including the need to work in front of the camera. This case study examined attitudes among sport reporters working with video at Oklahoma’s 2 largest daily newspapers. Qualitative in-depth interviews (N = 18) were used for data collection. The researchers identified 4 major themes: attitude, skills, training, and critiques. These sport journalists sought to maintain their print identities foremost despite recognizing the needs and expectations to adapt to a multimedia workforce. The researchers also concluded that the evolution toward multimedia journalism in these organizations remains a gradual process and that additional training and frequent professional critiques were needed as part of this evolution.

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Lisa M. Barnett and Owen Makin

supplemental aid to help the child decide what their skill level is. Substituting a video performance instead of a static image may encourage the child to focus more on the performance than is needed to tap into a child’s self-perception. It is as yet unclear what affect this may have on a child evaluating

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David Pierce and Geoffre Sherman

to see on social media. To guide your thinking, answer the following questions: 4. Which types of videos are at the top of the video performance quadrant? 5. Which types of videos perform best on each platform? Which platforms are best for different types of videos? 6. What is the optimal length of

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Blake Bennett

Casey and Jones ( 2011 ) argued that learner autonomy can be promoted through an emphasis on video performance analysis and self-reflection—with added value provided from a range of lenses when the feedback is provided by the educator and peers, in addition to self-reflection. Casey and Jones ( 2011

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Michael D. McAdie, Monica R. Lininger, and Meghan Warren

benefit to have formal continuing education by someone who is experienced in the TJA to receive detailed instruction, specifically on what to look for when assessing video performance of the TJA and scoring each of the flaws individually. Implications for Practice, Education, and Future Research In order