2008. (with Denis Ocwich) A Report of a Follow-up Meeting of UNESCO j-schools, held September 11, 2008 at the School of Journalism and Media Studies, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa. Grahamstown: UNESCO and Rhodes University.
(with Sim Kyazze). Consultation Meeting: Capacity Building for Potential Centres of Excellence in Journalism Training in Africa Report. Rhodes University, South Africa, 17-18 March, 2008
Towards defining “potential centres of excellence” in African journalism training. Paper submitted to World Journalism Educators Congress, Singapore, July 2007.
Professionalism and Training for Mass Communication Challenges and Opportunities for Southern Africa. Article in OpenSpace, vol 1, no. 5, p38-42
Training to strengthen the African media circuit. (ppt) Misa seminar, Johannesburg, 29 June.2006.
Assessing creative pedagogy. 25 May, 2006. Columbia University, NY.
Media’s missing morals? It’s mostly a matter of skill. Presentation at Conference organised by the Media Institute of Southern Africa, August 2005
King Content and the Journalism Curriculum Presentation at Experts Consultative Meeting on Journalism Education, Unesco, Paris. 14 - 16 December 2005
“Fit for purpose” – towards tracking the quality of university education of entry-level journalists in South Africa (presentation). Original paper. A version is in Ecquid Novi, 2005 26(2) (forthcoming)
Current Challenges. Chapter in Changing the Fourth Estate: essays on South Africa journalism. Edited by Adrian Hadland, Pretoria: HSRC press
Journalism education over the past decade, presented to SA National Editors Forum in December, 2004.
Ten years of teaching journalism. October 2004.
Media training - triumphs or travesties. Lessons from Southern Africa. Graphic heavy presentation (5,6mb) and text paper. May 2003.
Speech at award ceremony Mondi Shanduka 2005
Speech at award ceremony Mondi Shanduka 2004
Speech at award ceremony Mondi Newspaper 2003
Speech at award ceremony: Mondi Newspaper 2002
Training impact (2001)
Perils of Powerpoint (2001)
It's raining training - presentation to National Community Radio Forum (2001)(3.78mb)
Educating the journalism educators (1995)
Appropriate curriculum design for teaching journalism at tertiary level (1996)
African journalism training in an age of globalization and the Internet.(Research proposal, 1999)
The digital manipulation debate: Africa challenging the dominant paradigm (1999)
Broadcast Educators and Trainers Consultative Conference on the NQF, Educator Liaison and relationships with the Media Industry.(author unknown)
How valuable is journalism education? (1998)
Learning about the learning sector - journalism training in South Africa (1997)
The power of research and the research of power: what do we know about communications and empowerment? (1996)