You hear it, especially every spring: Yearbooks are going away – because no one is interested in them, or because Facebook or DVDs will replace them. But listen closely, and you will hear the sound of thousands of students across the country enjoying their yearbooks.
Big ideas come to those who take the time to think. Explore what Thinking Big really means for your yearbook.
What has 50 legs, questions everything, talks all the time and cannot follow directions? A middle school journalism class. In fact, that is my middle school journalism class. However, the news is good. You can tame this beast with the proper tools and the patience of a saint.
Creating a yearbook can be one of the most gratifying aspects of high school, but it can also be a particularly thankless and stressful job – especially when submission deadlines roll around.
Student photographers still need to capture great moments even when they do not have a staff camera in their possession.
Improve yearbook coverage and marketing by keeping track of who is in and who has bought.
At distribution, when you hand out yearbooks, the students say “wow” as they see the cover. What if they said “wow” a second time, once they hold the book in their hands?
With the latest issue of Idea File magazine, Walsworth wants you to Think Big about your yearbook. Take a look at this issue and you will find feature articles on theme, a lesson on why your photographers should always be ready, all our usual technology tips and much more.
You can create an anniversary book that showcases the history of your school while being relevant to this year’s students.