JEADigitalMedia.org’s goal is to educate JEA high school advisers and their students about relevant areas of digital media. Digital media includes, but is not limited to: Web sites, podcasts, blogs, broadcasts, social networks, etc.
The Journalism Education Association supports free and responsible scholastic journalism by providing resources and educational opportunities, by promoting professionalism, by encouraging and rewarding student excellence and teacher achievement, and by fostering an atmosphere which encompasses diversity yet builds unity.
Become A Member
Would you like to become a member of the JEA Digital Media Committee? Any JEA member is invited to be a part of the committee. Members work to focus their energies on creating content for JEADigitalMedia.org. Since 2009 we have worked to share tips and tricks for advisers and students in their journeys online, including everything from video and broadcast to multimedia and web.
To be a member of the committee, you only need to contribute one article to the site in a 12-month period. If you contribute three posts in a 6-month period, you are listed on a site as a Contributor. You can see the current contributors below.
Posts can be anything from sharing original work you’ve created to sharing great tools you’ve found online.
Outside of those guidelines, members can be as active as they want with the time they have available.
If you’re interested in becoming a member of the JEA Digital Media Committee, please contact JEA Digital Media Chair Aaron Manfull.
Contact JEA Digital Media
Have something you would like to see on this site? Have digital media links to share? Just have a question we might be able to help with? We aren’t tech support, but we will do what we can to help when we can. Email us at email@example.com
Contributors (individuals who have posted 3 or more times in our last 6-month period)
Amanda Bright – email – twitter
Sarah Nichols email – twitter
Jonathan Rogers – email – twitter
Julie Tiedens – email – twitter
Mark Webber – email