• April 14Welcome to the new home for Idaho student journalists

  • April 13Follow Idaho Student Journalism Association on Twitter @ISJAMedia

  • April 11Plan to attend the ISJA Conference in October at Boise State University.

  • National recognition

    National recognition

    April 20, 2016

    Idaho student journalist have received national recognition for their work. Two publications were awarded Best of Show certificates at the JEA/NSPA National High School Journalism Convention in Los Angeles. The Spud Annual of Idaho Falls High School finished 10th for Yearbooks 232 or Fewer Pages... READ MORE »»

  • InDesign tip: Indents

    InDesign tip: Indents

    William Love, Sandpoint High School

    April 10, 2016

    Is pressing the space bar a set amount of times the method your staff uses for indenting paragraphs in InDesign? An issue that I come across regularly for student journalists designing pages is how they format paragraphs. In some cases, students tap the space bar five times for each paragraph be... READ MORE »»

  • Bring your game

    Bring your game

    William Love, Cedar Post adviser

    April 5, 2016

    I watched some basketball games recently when I saw a design on one of the team’s warm-up shirts. The design includes the outline of a backboard. The shooting square is represented by the words “Bring Your Game” stacked on top of each other. Rather than have the backboard outline a complete square, the de... READ MORE »»

  • Wells named student journalist of the year

    Wells named student journalist of the year

    March 26, 2016

    The Idaho Student Journalism Association is pleased to name Sarah Wells of Sandpoint High School’s Cedar Post as its student journalist of the year. The senior is in her second year on the staff of the student-run newspaper where she serves as the photo editor. It was her photography, along with... READ MORE »»

    Sarah Wells has served as an editor the last two years for the Cedar Post, a student-run newspaper at Sandpoint High School.

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  • Summer Courses at University of Idaho may boost journalism credentials

    Summer Courses at University of Idaho may boost journalism credentials

    Michelle Harmon, State Director

    February 27, 2016

    The University of Idaho will be offering three online courses this summer, which could help with accreditation/course requirements? For more information in general, contact Becky Tallent at rtallent@uidaho.edu. JAMM 339 – Crime and Media. This is a concepts class which examines the impact media has on crim... READ MORE »»

    By Jimmy Emerson, DVM, flickr.com (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

University of Idaho

Summer Courses at University of Idaho may boost journalism credentials

February 27, 2016

The University of Idaho will be offering three online courses this summer, which could help with accreditation/course requirements? For more information...  Read More »

KTVB Just Drive

KTVB issues video contest for all Idaho Students

February 20, 2016

Per an email from Dani Allsop, Digital Sales Coordinator, KTVB.com: "We’re reaching out to make sure your school is aware of this opportunity for all...  Read More »

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Society of Professional Journalists creates mentor database

February 15, 2016

The publication of a recent study of journalism programs throughout the United States has prompted a mentor database sponsored by the Society of Profess...  Read More »

Spot127

Multimedia Contest has $1,000 scholarship award

January 30, 2016

My previous Editor-in-Chief at Arizona State University sent along information about this free multimedia contests.  Deadline Feb. 1. SPOT 127 is...  Read More »

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