Just when you think you know the AP Stylebook, they change it. The AP announced changes today for the 2016 Stylebook, including that Internet and Web no longer will be capitalized.
It’s time for reflection on 2015 while planning for the upcoming year. Here are the five posts read most frequently in 2015.
#EditorTherapy is a new chat for student media editors and student journalists. Its purpose is to provide editors with guidance for dealing with job-related issues.
As the Fourth Estate, a key role of media is to watchdog those in power. The presentation featured in this post provides student journalists with tips on how to best cover their closest power source—their student governments.
Twitter chats are a great place for learning and networking, but the fast pace can be intimidating. These 10 tips will help you adjust to the pace more quickly.
This site is celebrating its ninth birthday. As we move into another year, I’d like to hear from you about how I can serve you better. Please consider completing the five-minute survey linked in this post.
Mobile isn’t an option with 15 percent of your student target audience looking at your content online. When is the last time you looked at the mobile version of your site? What needs to be improved? This post outlines why it’s important to recognize and make those improvements now.