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WriteRewriteEdit

Posted on July 6, 2016 at 9:05 PM

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WRitE was set up to help students who needed additional supervisory support and editing services to get them through their challenges of their final year and the preparation of their theses.

We are qualified college and university lecturers with experience supervising students in the final year of the degrees and preparing their theses. WRitE also provides professional writing, research and editing services for all types of clients. For documentary purposes, we prefer initial contacts via email. Depending on the job, turn-around can be as little as 12-hours.

RESOURCES FOR JOURNALISTS

Posted on May 18, 2015 at 8:50 PM

 

JOURNALISM
Skills

Journalists need to master a wide range of practical and editorial skills. In this section of the BBC Academy website, some of the BBC’s most experienced practitioners - from Fiona Bruce to Rory Cellan-Jones - reveal how they use these in their daily work. A series of video and text reports provide practical advice in key areas such as how to write, report, interview, present, research stories, and get the most from social media (BBC Academy)- Join the class HERE.


How to do a Situation Analysis

Posted on May 14, 2015 at 12:10 AM

The first step to any social and behavior change communication (SBCC) programme must be a situation or environmental analysis. This inlcudes the collection and study data, study of the findings and other contextual information of the demographics and the issue of concern in order to identify and understand the issues to be addressed. It examines the current status of the particular issues of concern, social, economic and political context in which the issue exists and establishes the vision for the SBCC program. 

For giudance in conducting a Situation Analysis

How to Do Audience Segmentation

Posted on May 13, 2015 at 9:00 AM
Audience segmentation is a key activity within an audience analysis. It is the process by which a large audience is divided into smaller groups of people - or segments with  similar needs, values or characteristics. Segmentation, however allows for the identification of differences in each segment that may result in different groups responsing differently to social and behavior change communication (SBCC) messages and interventions. 

Learn how to do Audience Selection here

How to Do An Audience Analysis

Posted on May 13, 2015 at 8:55 AM

Audience analysis is neccary in all outreach and public education programme. Its allows practitioners to  identify and understand the priority and influencing audiences for strategies to be implemented. The priority and influencing audiences are those people whose behavior must change in order to improve the health situation. Learn How to carry out Audience Analysis here  



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