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CANTER, Lily (2018). It’s not all cat videos: moving beyond legacy media and tackling the challenges of mapping news values on digital native websites. Digital Journalism, 6 (8), 1101-1112.

CANTER, Lily (2017). Co-authoring a paper with your undergraduate student. Journalism education, 6 (1), 36-39.

CANTER, Lily and BROOKES, Daniel (2016). Twitter as a flexible tool: how the job role of the journalist influences tweeting habits. Digital Journalism.

CANTER, Lily (2015). Chasing the accreditation dream : do employers value accredited journalism courses. Journalism Education : The Journal of the Association of Journalism Education, 4 (1), 40-52.

CANTER, Lily (2014). Personalised Tweeting: the emerging practices of journalists on Twitter. Digital Journalism, 3 (6), 888-907.

CANTER, Lily (2014). Collaboration. In: ZION, Lawrie and CRAIG, David, (eds.) Ethics for digital journalists: emerging best practices. New York, Routledge, 145-158.

CANTER, Lily (2014). From traditional gatekeeper to professional verifier: how local newspaper journalists are adapting to change. Journalism Education : The Journal of the Association of Journalism Education, 3 (1), 102-119.

CANTER, Lily (2014). False dawns : the pasts of media futures. In: CONBOY, Martin and STEEL, John, (eds.) The Routledge companion to British media history. Abingdon, Routledge, 517-527.

CANTER, Lily (2013). The source, the resource and the collaborator: the role of citizen journalism in local UK newspapers. Journalism theory practice and criticism, 14 (8), 1091-1109.

CANTER, Lily (2013). The interactive spectrum: The use of social media in UK regional newspapers. Convergence: The international journal of new media technologies, 19 (4), 472-495.

CANTER, Lily (2013). The misconception of online comment threads: content and control on local newspaper websites. Journalism Practice, 7 (5), 604-619.

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