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    #EdShift Chat: Tips for Journalism Educators to Get Grants for Innovation

    by Lauren Simonis
    January 27, 2014
    Last Friday's #EdShift chat included a discussion on ways that educators can get grant money and how to use it once they get the grants.

    Finding and getting grants and funding for journalism educators can be difficult — especially in navigating all the grant requirements and making the right contacts. Last Friday’s #EdShift chat included a discussion on ways that educators can get grant money and how to use it once they get the grants. Taking part were MediaShift’s Katy Culver and Mark Glaser, along with Nebraska’s Matt Waite, Columbia’s Dean Zambrano, DePaul’s Mike Reilley and AP-Google Scholar Emily Eggleston. Be sure to catch future #EdShift chats on Twitter every first and third Friday of the month at 10 am PT / 1 pm ET.

    "A5: Make time to mentor a student doing a grant- or scholarship-funded project. Project will be better, student learns more #EdShift" [email protected]

    Lauren Simonis is a senior at the University of Wisconsin-Madison studying Journalism and English. She is an intern for the EducationShift section at PBS MediaShift.

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