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  1. How SRCCON Changed the Way I Teach Journalism

    By Lisa Waananen Jones

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    Attending SRCCON transformed my own perspective on teaching by demonstrating how popular education strategies benefit professional journalists—and you can also use these strategies in newsrooms and journalism.

  2. Why National Editors Should Connect with Local Reporters

    By Dana Amihere

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    How and why national news orgs should find local reporters to cover stories in their own communities.

  3. Turn Your Critical Lens Inward

    By Lindsay Muscato and Rachel Schallom

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    Our Q&A; with SRCCON:POWER speaker Rachel Schallom on why industry coverage matters.

  4. Turn Your Critical Lens Inward, Pt. 2

    By Ben Mullin and Lindsay Muscato

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    SRCCON:POWER speaker Ben Mullin on why media organizations must have more transparency.

  5. You Have the Power to Make Change Now

    By Robert Hernandez and Lindsay Muscato

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    SRCCON:POWER speaker Robert Hernandez on how horizontal loyalty can change how you perceive what’s possible.

  6. More Tech Will Not Save Us from Disinformation

    By Lindsay Muscato and Britt Paris

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    Britt Paris previews her talk on audiovisual fakes and tech’s hidden power structures.

  7. We Are Never Neutral

    By Lindsay Muscato and Sara Wachter-Boettcher

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    SRCCON:POWER speaker Sara Wachter-Boettcher previews her upcoming talk.

  8. Our Low-Stress Guide to Working Without an Editor

    By Casey Miller

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    If you’re working without an editor, it’s important to build your own support system. Here’s a roundup of our best ideas and strategies, based on our SRCCON 2018 session.

  9. Great Conference Sessions, the SRCCON Way

    By Brent Jones

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    How can SRCCON session facilitators make the most of their time with participants, and help everyone get the most out of the conference? I talked with several people who have facilitated sessions about what went well, what surprised them, and what helped people get most engaged.

  10. Rebuilding Ad Tech: Open Source, Publisher First

    By Amanda Hicks and Aram Zucker-Scharff

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    A recap of our SRCCON session on how ad tech could be so much better.

  11. SRCCON 2018 Recap

    By Lindsay Muscato

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    Notes and links to what happened at SRCCON 2018.

  12. Hello from SRCCON 2018

    By Lindsay Muscato

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    SRCCON 2018 is about to begin.

  13. Six Tips for Unionizing Your Workplace

    By Lindsay Muscato

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    Unionizing 101, a SRCCON session preview.

  14. Why a Kickoff Kit Makes Starting New Projects Easier

    By Lindsay Muscato

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    Aligning your team early can make all the difference.

  15. Texting Your Audience is a Really Good Idea

    By Lindsay Muscato

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    A SRCCON 2018 session about interacting with your listeners and readers through SMS.

  16. Know Before You Go (to HR)

    By Heather Bryant

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    Knowing what HR can and can’t help you with—and what your rights are—will help you navigate the process.

  17. How to Make Time

    By Kaeti Hinck

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    Pursuing a deeper understanding of our goals, motivations, and patterns can transform our work and our lives.

  18. Salary and Benefits Negotiation for News Nerds

    By Soo Oh

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    How to negotiate a salary and benefits in the age of anxiety.

  19. Better Onboarding, Better Retention, Happier Humans

    By Melody Kramer and Kate Travis

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    Onboarding is really important for new employees—many make the decision to stay or leave during the first six months of employment, according to Project Include–but it’s also incredibly important for employers.

  20. The Work We Do Tells Amazing People That They Do Not Belong

    By Sydette Harry and Erin Kissane

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    With SRCCON:WORK just getting underway, here’s our Q&A with our opening speaker, Sydette Harry of the Coral Project and the Mozilla Foundation. Sydette spoke this morning about journalism’s inclination to skip the critical questions about diversity and representation.

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