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Mindy McAdams has been teaching online journalism at the University of Florida since 1999. Previously she was a copy editor at Time magazine and at The Washington Post. She was also the first content developer at Digital Ink, The Washington Post’s first online news site, in 1994.
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“If an article page was a place that did not offer us 300 navigation choices and 25 butt-ugly ads, but instead provided several appealing doorways to a diverse selection of high-quality content, what would be the result?”
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Journalism school students often choose the field because they like writing. So getting them to code requires more than instruction — it takes convincing.
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