Going Online Part 1 - San Francisco JEA/NSPA Convention

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This is a presentation I did at the JEA/NSPA Spring National High School Journalism Convention in San Francisco in April of 2013.

This is a presentation I did at the JEA/NSPA Spring National High School Journalism Convention in San Francisco in April of 2013.

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  • 1. @Publications 2.0The time is now to move yourpublication online.start herestart here
  • 2. @#hsjSF@manfullaaronmanfull.comJEADigitalMedia.orgtheNext26.comMediaNowSTL.com
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  • 8. @Joomla 2008-2010
  • 9. @WordPress 2010-currentUPDATE FHNTODAYSCREENSHOT!!!!!!
  • 10. @Give Your PublicationAn Online PresenceStop Thinking About Doing ItStart Today(But don’t give up print: http://goo.gl/hAaxT )
  • 11. @Everything must revolve around it.This is not an extra appendage.11•Put an editor in charge•Offer incentives for students. Writing for theWeb shouldn’t be used as punishment.•Create positions that revolve around theweb
  • 12. @Class Structurenewspaper yearbookWritersDesignersPhotographersWritersDesignersPhotographers
  • 13. @newspaper yearbookWritersDesignersPhotographersSome WebVideonewspaperWritersDesignersPhotographersSome WebClass Structure
  • 14. @newspaper yearbookdigitalmediaWritersDesignersWebVideoPhotographersWritersDesignersClass Structure
  • 15. @Web EditorContentDigitalMedia DirectorPublicityEICDigital MediaEditor RolesCoding Social Video Photo
  • 16. @Define your purpose.What is your mission?22•How do each of the student media atthe school differ?•What niche will the Web find itselffitting into?
  • 17. @33 Developa sitemap.
  • 18. @Get an easy, memorable URLand hosting.Our progression:• FHN.FHSD.K12.MO.US/STUDENTPUBLICATIONS/NEWSPAPER/INDEX.HTML• FHN026.com• Northstartoday.com• Excaliburyearbook.com• FHNtoday.com(considered francishowellnorth.com)44
  • 19. @Ways of going about it:•PDFs/ISSUU.com – Dreamweaver – CMS(ie. My.hsj.org Wordpress, Joomla, Drupal)Where to learn about it:•Books -- Find free tutorial handouts and videos bysearching the Web -- Lynda.com -- Hire someone in yourcommunity to come in and train you and your staff (they may even doit for free)*It’s ok to have people at different levels of knowledgeand great if the students have more than the advisersChoose your platform and learn*all you can about it55
  • 20. @aaronmanfull.com @manfull JEADigitalMedia.orgNext26.com MediaNowSTL.com