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Journalism Program Survey 2017-2018

As part of a periodic review of the quality of academic programs at Ryerson, we are asking for your participation in a survey of students. Your participation is voluntary. Responding to the survey or declining to answer any question will in no way affect your standing as a Ryerson student or with the School of Journalism.

Survey responses are anonymous. They will be used only to produce aggregate reports that do not identify individuals. The data will be used for administrative purposes such as planning and may also be used for scholarly and professional purposes.

By continuing on to the survey, you will be conveying your consent. Thanks for taking the time to give us feedback.

Click here to complete the survey

 

We want YOUR Feedback!

Each year the School of Journalism puts out a survey where we ask your thoughts and opinions. These matter to us. They are helpful to us in determining the direction of our program and give us feedback.

Why fill it out?

Have your voice heard.

Help us improve the program.

Allows us to trackĀ trends and progress.

It is anonymous so you can let us know what you REALLY think.

We really want to know.

Thanks, in advance, for your help and time with our school survey

Lindsay is the Instructional Technology and Web Design Specialist for the School of Journalism. She joined the staff in 2004 after receiving her Bachelor of Journalism.

Lindsay also works as a freelance web designer and multimedia consultant for clients, providing advice on advancing their online presence, and in the development of company and personal websites. Some of her freelance clients include J-Source and J-School's Canada. As a freelance video editor, Lindsay has created promotional and music videos and has also worked at Global Television News, teaching digital video editing.

In 2021, Lindsay was the recipient of the University's Linda Grayson Administrative Leadership Award for creating and adapting industry programs and platforms and educational technology so that instructors could deliver 50 courses remote learning in fall 2020.