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Website '' snapped on Snapito!

Photography Cheat Sheets - lots of them!

Six things student news outlets are not doing online. From the Florida Scholastic Press Association conference.

NY Times Learning Network Tutorial about publishing a student newspaper on the web.

From the National Scholastic Press Association. We call this section of resources The Wheel because it's a place to find that perfect sample, the definitive model. Whether it's a policy or a form, chances are someone has created what you're looking for. Resources in The Wheel are mainly those items that help student media organizations function, the elements that help students and advisers be successful.

NSPA - The Wheel

interesting article on typography from

New York City Scholastic Press Association. Check out the resources page for information about advertising strategies, tips for advisors, interviewing techniques, etc.

Article about high school journalism

Functions of the Advertising Department for a Newspaper

NewsU, is a project of the Poynter Institute, offering newsroom training to journalists and journalism students through its interactive e-learning program and links to other journalist training opportunities. The program is a partnership between the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and The Poynter Institute. Launched in April 2005, NewsU offers free self-directed courses, live "Webinars" and group online seminars.

Research from the Newspaper Association of America

High School Broadcast Journalism

High School Broadcast Journalism - Homepage

For High School Journalists

Urban Journalism Workshop by NYU Journalism. Urban Journalism Workshop