The Online News Association's annual conference Sept. 24 - 26 drew more than 2,000 attendees who wanted to learn about digital journalism. During a presentation by Wall Street Journal Executive Mobile Editor David Ho, audience members raised their phones to drive home the point about how ubiquitous smart phones are today. Photo by Kate Nash Cunningham

The Online News Association’s annual conference Sept. 24 – 26 drew more than 2,000 attendees who wanted to learn about digital journalism. During a presentation by Wall Street Journal Executive Mobile Editor David Ho, audience members raised their phones to drive home the point about how ubiquitous smart phones are today. Photo by Kate Nash Cunningham

In 2014, I became a contributor to the Mediashift blog, a place for journalism educators to share ideas about their time in classroom.

One of my pieces described how I pitched and paid for a Mobile Reporting class while another looked at our grant-funded News Port project.

A piece I wrote in late 2014 looks at an idea I tried with students in which we hosted a town hall debate using Twitter.

In September 2015, I wrote this piece while attending the Online News Association conference. It looks at easy and cheap ways for journalism educators to make their students a bit more digital.

In March 2016, I looked at the pros and cons of streaming live video with Periscope and Facebook Live.

A piece I wrote in September 2016 offers tips on managing a year-long student journalism project.

My most recent piece looks at the trends for journalism educators at the 2016 Online News Association conference in Denver.