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Objectives One way for students to secure future work is through a professional portfolio. However, a poorly designed website can hinder future opportunities. It is your job to set students up for success while encouraging them to be creative. Specific goals

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Developing Ideas for Innovation in Journalism. By Seth C. Lewis, University of Minnesota–Twin Cities

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Introducing Students to Interactive Graphics. By Deborah Potter, NewsLab

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