The Journalism Education Association offers certificates for Certified Journalism Educator and Master Journalism Educator. One adviser explains why they are worth the effort to obtain.
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Spring is in the air… stop pulling out your hair! Whether your staff is pushing through spring sports and prom pictures or celebrating turning in the very last set of proofs, this is the perfect time of year to have some much-deserved, much-needed fun.
This past summer, Walsworth published its New Adviser Primer – a document designed to help new advisers get organized and off to a successful start in their first year on the job. That Primer was so well received that we’ve produced a Spring Addendum to guide first-year advisers through all the tasks they need to be aware of at the end of the year.
It’s a little brown icon. Nondescript. Overlooked. Ignored. A powerhouse of file management, Adobe® Bridge® should be an integral part of any staff’s work flow. Bridge is a program that works like Windows in terms of viewing photos, but is able to do so much more.
Branding or burning an image into a background texture is a fun technique to create texture in items on your pages. In a few simple steps you can learn how to apply this effect to graphics, such as headlines and charts, to add a cool look to your pages.
Building and balancing staff morale is not an easy task. On the Musket staff at Orange Glen High School in Escondido, Calif., we spent a few years trying different activities, strategies and processes, and hit upon a blend of these that assisted in creating a positive, productive environment.
Many yearbook staffs have already begun hitting final deadlines and putting the final touches on this year’s yearbook. But you still need to prepare for Distribution Day! And you can with our new Distribution Primer.
As you begin to think about the next yearbook, and prepare photographers to cover summer activities such as students at work, football drills and marching band practice, this is a good time to set up an image file system that will work for you.
Are you ready for the spring? Sure the warmer weather, but what about your yearbook? Have you finished up this year’s book? Planned for distribution? Started getting ready for next year? There are lots of questions, and the new Spring 2013 issue of Idea File magazine has plenty of answers, which we’ll be unveiling over the next week. Check it out!