After a loooong hiatus, Navigating Ethics and Bias is out in the world. At 18 pages, it includes a 16 page “textbook” section, plus two worksheets. Get it here!
I put the finishing touches on the formatting yesterday and sent it out to my mailing list subscribers a day early. Already, reviews are coming in! Here’s what Justin, who you might know as the aniblogger-in-chief at Organization Anti-Social Geniuses, had to say:
“I really enjoyed Navigating Ethics and Bias E-book I received. One of the reasons why it resonated with me is because I’ve admittedly been reading up on past journalism mistakes and problems as it seems not a lot of people respect those in the media much. And of course you pointed this out a bit in your guide! From the no-nos of what a journalist can do when it comes to review copies and getting tours of a company, to your mistake (yipes), I thought it was pretty helpful, and is something I’d keep on my computer to read and make sure what’s right and what’s wrong. I think people would enjoy reading something like this. At least you know I did!”
I’m hoping to have my sixth digital guide, Covering Live Events, out by the end of August. I’ll be doing plenty of research while I’m reporting at Otakon, to be sure!
Did you read Navigating Ethics and Bias? If you did, the best compensation you can offer me is an email or comment about what you thought. I’m writing these guides for you, and if you can tell me whether you find them helpful, it’ll really aid me as I continue to edit and develop them.