Volume 3, Number 1 Issue of the #ISOJ Journal

This third volume, first issue features five articles from the research papers that were peer-reviewed and selected for presentation at the 13th International Symposium on Online Journalism held in April 2012 at the University of Texas at Austin. This issue also features the Top Research Paper (which received the highest scores from the peer-review judges from the paper competition) from the symposium, “Are “Digital Natives” Dropping Print Newspapers? A National Survey of College Newspaper Advisers,” by Dr. Iris Chyi . This article explores the continuing importance of the school newspaper on college campuses and whether the print or digital model will reign in the future.

Table of Contents

Volume 3 | Issue 1

Are “Digital Natives” Droppping Print Newspaper? A National Survey of College Newspaper Advisers | Hsiang Iris Chyi

Verbal and Visual National News Framing of Dilma Rousseff and her Successful Bid as Brazil’s First Female President | Tania Cantrell Rosas-Moreno

Animation, Documentary or Interactive Gaming? Exploring Communicative Effects of Environmental Messaging Online | Astrid Gynnild and Paul C. Adams

Through the Lens: Visual Framing of the Japan Tsunami in U.S., British, and Chinese Online Media | Rosellen Downey, Erika Johnson, and Bailey Brewer

More Than Shovelware: A Call for Layered Stories for Online Journalism | Yanjun Zhao