Creating a Network of Young Reporters

Becklund, Laurie
March 2001
Nieman Reports;Spring2001, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p49
Discusses how the Internet-based organization Associated Student Press (ASP) used the Internet to create a network of high school newspaper reporters in the United States. Problems faced by high school newsrooms; Projects of ASP for high school news staffs.


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