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УДК 070
ББК 76.0
DOI: 10.30628/1994-9529-2018-14.1-212-238

IRINA S. GLEBOVA
PhD in Political sciences, associate professor of the
Department of Movie, Television and Multimedia Directing
at the GITR Film and Television School, Moscow
ORCID: 0000-0002-3545-1405
iglebova@mail.ru

VALENTIN A. KHODAKOV
Associate Professor of the department of Sound
Engineering and Musical Art at
GITR Film and Television school, Moscow
ORCID: 0000-0002-3637-021X
e-mail: wsf_val@mail.ru

 

JUNIORSKILLS AS A FACTOR OF CREATION OF MULTIMEDIA JOURNALISM OF THE FUTURE

(ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP “JUNIORSKILLS” 2018 MOSCOW)

 

Abstract. The article presents a brief history of the development of the non-commercial international movement of professional training of qualified personnel “WorldSkills International” (“WSI”). For the first time in the world of scholarship the authors of the article are exploring this direction, determining the prospects of the “JuniorSkills” Championship for Multimedia Journalism in Russia and its role in the training and career guidance of young professionals. The article uses the method of systemic analysis obtained as a result of personal experience in judging and expert evaluation of the regional Championship “JuniorSkills” 2018 in Moscow. Professions forming a unified whole are being presented in the form of diagrams in one of the most popular formats for multimedia storytelling – “longread”, the production of which is the main task of the competence of “Multimedia journalism”. The conducted survey allowed to identify critical issues of training participants (students) and experts for the next “JuniorSkills” Championships. On the basis of the analysis concrete actions are proposed aimed at raising the standards of professional training and the development of multimedia journalism as an independent profession of the future. In this article for the first time conclusions are formulated making it possible to estimate this direction of “JuniorSkills” (“JS”) as being perspective and innovative for training new generations of universal journalists.

Keywords: JuniorSkills, WorldSkills, multimedia journalism, longed, versatile, professionals, media, professional standards, career guidance students