Manual de laboratório de jornalismo na internet

Jorge Felz
2008 Brazilian Journalism Research  
Teaching manuals have always been part of the bibliographies of the vocational courses, technological, undergraduate and masters degree programs. In the teaching of vocational practices, these works when well prepared perfectly substitute reference works or an absence of recent productions in certain areas. The term "manual" possesses, in the Portuguese language, multiple definitions. In the Aurélio Dictionary (1986), a manual (from Latin manuale) can be defined as a book that contains
more » ... t contains essential notions concerning a technique of a science, etc; a summary of techniques. In the English language, we see the use of two terms that approach each other and, at the same time, move apart: manual and textbook -the first, used in the sense of an orientation manual for the utilization of certain products or processes, and the second referring to a summary, collection of texts concerning knowledge of some specific area. For us, the teaching manual has a dual purpose: (1) it serves as knowledge promoter concerning a certain area or field, presenting concepts, rules for execution and application of certain processes, suggesting exercises and activities, and (2) it can propose specific teaching methodologies, adapted to the different modalities of a professional practice. Evidently these two functions will not always be
doi:10.25200/bjr.v4n1.2008.142 fatcat:qeuangog3zcq3fgcgiii2lpoz4