We publish stories as we write them....keep it a NEWS and not an OLDS
Yes we have....it is now a class that meets in 90 minutes periods in
conjunction with yearbook.
On-line publications are always hungry for news and unforgiving--if they
dont change they are not read for very long.
The other challenge has been that kids do not seem to want to write hard
No changes with the guidelines
the wider audience is an interesting question that I do not have an answer
On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 9:31 AM, Joanne Mamenta <Mamenta@harpethhall.org>wrote:
> I have a few question to those schools that have taken their printed school
> newspapers to an online format:
> 1. Are you keeping the printed newspaper, too.
> 2. How often does is online newspaper published or do you post "news"
> stories daily to the online site?
> 3. Have you restructured your journalism program for this with students
> writing for the printed version and others writing for the online version?
> 4. What have been the challenges to going online?
> 5. Have you had to change any of your guidelines with your students posting
> stories that go live and to a wider audience than would be viewed by a
> printed newspaper on campus.
> Joanne Mamenta
> Joanne Mamenta
> The Harpeth Hall School
> Director of Communications/Public Relations
> Teaching girls to think critically, to lead confidently, and to live
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