Region 1 students and advisers can start the year out right!
This fall’s Region 1 workshop will be Tuesday, Oct. 4 at Kent State University. The workshop, which usually has almost 400 participants from 25 local schools, offers sessions for everyone — from the beginning reporter to the editor who wants the publication to run smoothly.
The workshop includes sessions about legal and ethical situations, allowing you to share your challenges and get advice from the pros. Some workshops focus on photo issues and give tips on award-winning storytelling, and some give crash courses on finding story ideas or sources beyond the first five clueless kids in the hall.
There is the always-popular “Grammar Slammer,” which shows typical mistakes and how to fix them. Want to know what Big Data is and how you can use it to tell a story like the pros? You’ll find that this year, too. In all, more than 50 sessions offer important take-aways and help your student media.
Interested in attending this year? See the basic schedule on the Step-by-Step form and register now. The draft program will be available a week before the event and will be sent to all who have registered.
Questions? Contact Candace Perkins Bowen email@example.com