JoMeC Network

The JoMeC (Journalism-Media-Communication) Network is a trans-disciplinary group of Australian scholars from the Journalism, Communication Studies/Media Studies and Public Relations disciplines.

The JoMeC Network has engaged extensively in the Australian higher-education sector to develop guiding Threshold Learning Outcome statements to support curriculum development and improvement.

This web hub contains a summary of research that has been conducted about the knowledge, skills and applications expected of Bachelor-level graduates in JoMeC disciplines, with a specific focus on graduates in Journalism, Public Relations, and Communication and/or Media Studies.

The Network seeks to be an ongoing forum in which Australian university scholars and other stakeholders in the JoMeC disciplines can canvass, reflect upon and collaborate around learning standards, curriculum reform, and other shared learning and teaching issues.

The Office for Learning & Teaching has accepted the JoMeC Network’s Final Report on its OLT-funded project

You can access the related Threshold Learning Outcome (TLO) statements for Australian Bachelor-degree programs with majors in journalism, media and communications that were prepared by the JoMeC Network. Extended discipline specific statements have also been created for Journalism and Public Relations.

Preliminary TLO statements for Communication and/or Media Studies have been drafted, and are available to focus further discussions about learning outcomes within that discipline.

Keep in touch

Stay up to date with developments on the JoMeC Network project and share ideas or resources via JoMeC’s Facebook page.

Funding

Funding for the JoMeC Network was provided by the Australian Government Office for Learning and Teaching. The views expressed on this website or in other JoMeC Network reports do not necessarily reflect the views of the Office for Learning and Teaching.

Archive
Previous winners of the Ossie Awards, dating back to 2008
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Public Submission
Submission to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification Review, 2019
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