Following the Future of Journalism with #ONA17

    by Amanda C. Bright
    October 5, 2017

    The Online News Association hosted ONA17 in Washington, D.C. Oct. 5-7, and journalists, educators, and futurists focused on creating a larger dialogue about where we are and where we could be with digital media.

    EducationShift will be posting articles about education-specific conference topics, but we also followed #ONA17 on social media during the three-day event. If you’d like to get a closer look at the conversations and topics that related to the intersection of journalism, innovation and digital media, read this collection of social media posts through Storify:

    Day Three

    Day Two

    Day One

    Tagged: digital media ona ONA Conference ONA17 online journalism association washington d.c.

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