One of the best things I get to do in this field is to collaborate with other great journalism minds and get messages out through other channels as well. Tonight, I get a chance to do a live chat with professor Kenna Griffin via her Editor Therapy sessions. Her website contains a TON of useful information on how journalism, student media and classroom life works (or how to fix it when it doesn’t work).
Tonight’s session is on “adaptive media,” which is kind of a broad term we came up with that means as much as stuff changes in media, some things remain the same. Kenna will have some questions for me, but I’m happy to answer ANYTHING you want to ask on this (or any other vaguely tangential topic).
To submit a question, you can post it below, tweet it to me at DoctorOfPaper or hit up Kenna on Twitter at ProfKRG. I’ll do my best to make it happen.
You can follow along tonight at #EditorTherapy and it starts at 9 p.m. Central and should go for an hour (or so… We’re journo-nerds so we might get chatty…)
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