We’re pleased to announce that several School Newspapers Online customers were honored with awards at the JEA/NSPA Spring National High School Journalism Convention last week in San Francisco.
I urge my journalism students to think about their readers when they write––to make sure their stories are engaging from the first word and to think about what their readers already know, what they want to know, and what they need to know.
We’re pleased to learn that TheChannels.org, the student news site of Santa Barbara City College, has been named as 2013 Online Pacemaker finalist by the Associated Collegiate Press. Congratulations to the staff of TheChannels.org for the recognition of their great work.
We are pleased to share that 8 School Newspapers Online customers have been recognized with 2013 Crown Awards by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. Congratulations to the advisers and student journalists of the following sites for the recognition of their great work.
We’re thrilled to learn that 12 School Newspapers Online customers have been named as 2013 Online Pacemaker finalists by the National Scholastic Press Association. Congratulations to the advisers and student journalists of the following sites for the recognition of their great work.
ROSWELL, GA. – In light of the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary, new emphasis is being placed on school violence prevention and planning. Firestorm, the nation’s leading expert in school safety and preparedness, has teamed with School Newspapers Online (SNO) to meet this demand.
Slippery Rock University’s student-driven news website, the Online Rocket, was recently awarded an honorable mention Keystone award by the Pennsylvania News Media Association. Congratulations to the staff of the Online Rocket for their outstanding work.
In a modern world, one size fits all doesn’t work anymore, at least when it comes to online publishing of high-school newspapers. Tablets, computer monitors, and smart phones all have dramatically different screen sizes and proportions, making a standard website difficult to read.