Pica. Gutter. DPS. If you’ve been in the yearbooking world for a while, you might know these terms. But if you’re new, these terms might make no sense at all.
The book may be done, but spring is just starting. Keep your staff engaged with these spring ideas.
Create New Year’s resolutions for your yearbook staff to help drive a strong finish to the publication season.
Keep your staff motivated to push through the final deadline with these three tips.
Every day should be deadline day. Take a look at some quick ways to keep check on your student’s progress.
Having students develop their own rubric makes the evaluation tool you use both realistic and helpful.
The transition between staff leadership can be a fun experience. Learn how this group of editors passed the baton to the incoming yearbook leaders.
Providing opportunities for students to own their work, build relationships and have fun will make their yearbook staff experience rewarding and memorable.
Just as a soccer team, yearbook staffs that work as a team create the best yearbooks and enjoy an incredible production experience.
No one likes to hear the word “deadline.” Learn how to refresh the culture of deadlines with your staff.
How do you cover something that hasn’t happened? Take a look and take creative control of post-deadline coverage.