Resources from the 2020 Fall Conference
Keynote speaker / Sept. 29
Student journalists in Minnesota have been at the front line of reporting on the key stories of this year: pandemic-related school shutdowns and youth-led racial justice protests following the killing of George Floyd.
Student Press Law Center executive director Hadar Harris discussed the important role student journalists play and the strategies you can use to take hold of this moment and step up to cover the important stories of our day.
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Twenty tips for staying safe while covering protests
link to slideshow
Spicing Up Your Special Coverage Online
Breaking news or special coverage is occurring in your community and suddenly, traffic on your website is spiking. Is your website doing that coverage justice? This session will cover ways to prepare for these types of events, and to reformat your site for the occasion.
Ivy Kaplan, School Newspapers Online
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Educator of the Year
Recognizing the contributions and excellence of a journalism educator.