NW Journalism Experience
Northwest Scholastic Press and the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication present: NW Journalism Experience, a summer adviser workshop.
Journalism Workshops and the Oregon Experience.
What a great combination. Attend engaging lectures on advising publications, beginning and advanced InDesign, photography, and yearbook design; plus adviser roundtables on yearbook and newspaper (see schedule for the full list of offered workshops). And round out the evening with exploring all the uniqueness Eugene has to offer. Nestled in Eugene, OR on the campus of the University of Oregon, NW Journalism Experience provides valuable instruction for new and experienced advisers.
Maybe you just landed your first job.
Or perhaps you need to help your students redesign their publication. Perhaps you want to learn that new software, like Illustrator. Or maybe you want to finally venture into the world of web publishing, or digital photography.
Regardless of your reasons for coming,
NW Journalism Experience and the beautiful Willamette Valley offer a unique blend of professional enrichment and personal enjoyment. Visit Eugene, OR this June and see for yourself!
The workshop fee of $300 includes a basic fee for the class, single room with linen supply, campus parking permit, and meals.
Register here: http://tinyurl.com/NWJournalismExperience
Sunday, June 25, 2017 –
Monday, June 26, 2017 –
9:00-9:50AM: Creating a Team
10:00-10:50AM: Teaching Leadership
11:00-11:50AM: Work Flow/Class structure
1:00-2:50PM: Jarret Hill lecture OR Beginning InDesign
3:00-3:50PM: JEA Curriculum
Tuesday, June 27, 2017 –
9:00-10:50AM: Yvonne Leow lecture OR Advanced InDesign
11:00-11:50AM: Fundraising/Ad program
4:00-5:50PM: Newspaper Online OR Newspaper Design OR Yearbook Design
Wednesday, June 28, 2017 –
11:00-11:50AM: Press Law/Working with Administrators
1:00-2:50PM: Adviser Roundtables (Yearbook/Newspaper)
All attendees will stay in Global Scholars Hall. In a single room with a shared bathroom.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Anthony Whitten. firstname.lastname@example.org. (503) 412-3683
Scholastic Journalism Outreach Coordinator, University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication
Executive Director, Northwest Scholastic Press Association