By Jonathan Espinoza
The world’s first Google Glass journalism course is set to start in August at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.
Dubbed “Glass Journalism,” the course will host about a dozen students and already has a comprehensive syllabus, which describes the class as a “sandbox of journalism, technology, and creativity.”
The aim of the course is to integrate Google Glass into the process of newsgathering and reporting. Students will be required use Google Glass to “explore and experiment” with new applications for the device within a journalistic context.