Training student journalists is a constant task for student editors, one that most editors think they could improve.
Employees want and deserve performance reviews, so we should review them regularly. Read a summary of a recent #EditorTherapy on the topic of performance reviews.
Student journalists are thankful for many things this holiday season, including, of course, press freedom and pie.
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.
Want to keep great members of your student media staff? This post includes advice on best retention practices.
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.
Student editors do not support deleting content from their websites or social media accounts, with one exception. Read more in this post about when they think it’s acceptable and see more discussion on the topic of deleting content.