QUT Library supports award-winning journalism

QUT journalism students and alumni have taken out four prestigious Walkley Awards in 2012 for excellence in journalism. See the full story here.

Check out some of the resources in journalism that QUT Library has to keep you up-to-date with the latest news and current affairs and improve your journalistic skills:

  • BBC College of Journalism – provides journalists, students, and researchers at all levels with a full range of multimedia content and tools for the study of TV, radio, and online journalism.
  • TV News – stream or download all major news, current affairs and documentaries from Australian free to air networks on your computer. See here for the full list of included shows.
  • Australia/New Zealand Reference Centre – Australian and New Zealand newspapers (inc. The Courier Mail), magazines, reference books, and company info.
  • Factiva – important news, current affairs and research database of nearly 8000 publications, including local and international newspapers, newswires, magazines, journal sources and company info.

There are also digital archives of the Sydney Morning Herald and The Times (London).

Fancy yourself a citizen journalist? Make waves online with tips from these titles –

Want to make like Leigh Sales (incidentally one of the Walkley winners and QUT alumnus) and deliver a killer interview? These might help –

Or come in and see us! Browse the shelves at Kelvin Grove. You’ll find the journalism titles at the 070s on level 4.

2012 Walkley Award winner and QUT student Amanda Gearing interviews a Grantham flood survivor. Image courtesty of QUT Media.

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