The following links are online resources referenced in the production of this project and which may help with classroom ideas.
- PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs
- NewsHour Correspondents Address Reporting Labs Students
- New York Times' The Learning Network
About journalism & standards (how to's, ethics, fair use, etc.):
- CSPD - Tales from the Public Domain: BOUND BY LAW?
- Library of Congress - Using Primary Sources
- Nieman Storyboard- News Feature v. Narrative: What's the Difference?
- What is "Journalism" by Robert Niles
- The Nation- Journalism as a Public Good
About student journalism (how to start a campus newspaper, opportunities for students, etc.)
- Lakota East High School - Spark Online
- Campus Weblines
- Quill and Scroll
- Columbia Scholastic Press Association
- National Scholastic Press Association
- Journalism Education Association
- Society of Professional Journalists - For Students
- Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication - Journalism Student Organizations
- New England Center for Investigative Reporting - High School Investigative Reporting Workshop
- Investigative Journalism Institute for High School Students and Advisers
- Michael Moore - High School Newspaper
About the Common Core (standards, fiction vs non-fiction, etc.):
- Common Core State Standards
- NYT - Opinionator - What Should Children Read?
- Future Shock: Early Common Core implementation lessons from Ohio
- NYT - Primary Sources Meet Free Web 2.0 Tools for Common Core Learning
- NYT - Constructing Arguments: 'Room for Debate' and the Common Core Standards
- NYT - The Times and the Common Core Standards: Reading Strategies for 'Informational Text'
- NYT - Compare-Contrast, Cause-Effect, Problem-Solution: Common 'Text Types' in The Times
- School Library Journal - Deconstruction Nonfiction - On Common Core
- Examples of Text Features
- Non-Fiction Text Structures
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