Student media are using social media, but they aren’t sure they’re getting the most from their efforts. Here are highlights from #EditorTherapy on Building Social Savvy.
Social media can either help or hurt journalists, depending on how it’s used.
Human, text and organizational resources all help student editors learn their crafts. Read more in this post about their favorite outside resources and the single topic they wish they could learn more about.
Editor Therapy chat this week was about planning annual newspaper editions. Here’s an overview of the chat.
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.
Amazon and New York Times executives are in a public debate about an article outlining a poor organizational culture and working conditions at the online retailer. In this week’s case study, I asked students to choose a side. Which organization needs public relations most and what should they do?
You can learn a lot by watching tweets from professional conferences. You also can benefit yourself and others by learning how to live tweet conferences well. This post explains the three stages of conference live tweeting to help you make the most out of the experience.
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.