In 2014, I became a contributor to the MediaShift website, a site dedicated to digital media news that includes a section where journalism educators share ideas about their time in classroom.
A piece I wrote in late 2014 looks at an idea I tried with students in which we hosted a town hall debate using Twitter.
In September 2015, I wrote this piece while attending the Online News Association conference. It looks at easy and cheap ways for journalism educators to make their students a bit more digital.
In March 2016, I looked at the pros and cons of streaming live video with Periscope and Facebook Live.
A piece I wrote in September 2016 offers tips on managing a year-long student journalism project.
In September 2016, I wrote about the trends for journalism educators at the 2016 Online News Association conference in Denver.
In March 2017, I shared my experiences in assigning students use social media to cover breaking news events. My piece outlines how I coached students to incorporate Twitter in their assignments and includes their takeaways.
For a piece published in May 2017, I wrote about using Adobe Spark as one tool for students to produce quick videos for social media.
In October 2017, I wrote this wrap up of the ways that journalism educators around the country are trying to keep up with rapidly changing reporting technology.