It’s difficult to know if you’re doing a job well if you aren’t really sure about that job’s description. But that’s exactly the situation most collegiate media advisers are in. Here’s advice from a student editor-in-chief about what students want from their media advisers.
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I’m headed off tomorrow for College Media Association’s National College Media Convention in Atlanta. Here are 12 tips to make it at successful conference experience.
Edward Snowden told student journalists that we’re living through the greatest crisis in computer security in history, and it’s there job to help the public know that.
Writing editorials is tough. Here is some help from a recent #EditorTherapy chat on the subject.
Want to keep great members of your student media staff? This post includes advice on best retention practices.
Sometimes writers just need a little nudge (read: push) to get their stuff done. Candace Baltz, director of the Orange Media Network, tells you how.
Creating a content removal policy for your student media outlet, if you don’t have one already, makes it easier to know how to deal with content removal requests.