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Print, Pixels & People (March 2011)
While the printed page has been the dominant medium in scholastic journalism, online publishing has started to take off. But keep in mind: It’s always about people. Plus: 15 Things to Think About for 2010-2011.
Slide show.

Chart-O-Matic
Converting information from text to something that will get read. Includes research on what readers look at on the page, and uses examples from student media. Presented at state and national journalism conventions.
Slide show.

Multimedia Guidebook: A National Standard
An overview of NSPA’s Multimedia Guidebook presented at the JEA/NSPA National High School Journalism Convention in Phoenix, April 2009.
Slide show.

The ACP Pacemaker, Fall 2010
An overview of ACP’s signature award, The Pacemaker, with examples from the 2009-10 finalists and winners, presented at the ACP/CMA National College Media Convention in Louisville, Ky., October 2010.
Slide show.

For Advisers Only — WJEA 2010
A presentation on social media for advisers attending the summer workshop sponsored by the Washington Journalism Education Association, Aug. 6, 2010.
Slide show

The NSPA Pacemaker, Spring 2010
An overview of NSPA’s signature award, The Pacemaker, with examples from the 2009-10 finalists and winners, presented at the JEA/NSPA National High School Journalism Convention in Portland, Ore., April 2010.
Slide show.

The NSPA Pacemaker, Fall 2009
An overview of NSPA’s signature award, The Pacemaker, with examples from the 2009 finalists and winners, presented at the JEA/NSPA National High School Journalism Convention in Washington, D.C., November 2009.
Slide show.

Print, Pixels & People
While the printed page has been the dominant medium in scholastic journalism, online publishing has started to take off. But keep in mind: It’s always about people.
Slide show.

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