Unable to display content. Adobe Flash is required. I was speaking with Erica Smith last summer about wanting an easy (and cheap way) to track my staff’s social postings a bit better. She’s done a lot of work with social media and I figured if anyone had the answer, it would be Erica. She did. […]
Sprout Social has another nice grouping of tools here. This list helps individuals with anything from infographic creation tools to social media image makers. While there are a few tools on the list we’ve talked about here before from Piktochart and Infogr.am to Jing and Skitch, there are a variety of others, many of which […]
Megan Fromm, JEA Professional Support Director, attended the Society of Professional Journalist’s Excellence in Journalism Convention a few weeks ago and came back with a great list of digital tools. She attended a presentation led by representatives from the Kiplinger Program in Public Affairs Journalism where they shared the following digital tools for journalists. It’s a […]
I stumbled upon this ThingLink a few weeks ago and it’s got some great apps to check out in a variety of categories, I even found a few new ones to download myself. While it’s not updated recently to include newcomers like Hyperlapse, it’s still got a great list of apps to check out. Hover […]
Linked here is Google spreadsheet of High School Media on Instagram. If you’re not on the list, we’d love to add you. Fill out the form to add yourself to the list.
Chris Snider, who teaches multimedia journalism at Drake University, posted this column on the Des Moines Register earlier this month: 5 Tips to Get Facebook to Show Brand’s Content. The piece has practical tips from “Use Multimedia” to “Time Your Posts” for staffer’s who are running their journalism program’s Facebook page. Give it a read and […]
Among the host of choices on the Google Web Store for iOS and Android users, WeVideo is a free program for uploading, editing, and sharing videos. WeVideo combines the simplicity of Videolicious with the sharing capacity of Google Docs. For a traditional print journalism program, it’s a simple solution to the huge undertaking of implementing broadcast practices not […]
This week the talk in the faculty room is, once again, about the latest school shooting. Perhaps the discussion about what happened at Reynolds High School in Oregon should carry over to the journalism classroom. It’s an opportunity to discuss the ethics of covering such tragedies. After this most recent shooting, this post came across […]