Using News Media in the classroom
- International English-language Media -- resources for an assignment in which students are to read international papers.
The New York Times Newspapers in the Classroom Program
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about the The New York Times Newspapers in the Classroom Program
- Order the Times, after reading the FAQ above.
- Newspapers in the Classroom: WKU Faculty provide ideas from their involvement in The New York Times Newspapers in the Classroom Program
- Search faculty ideas on using the New York Times
- Teaching with The New York Times Online Seminar Series
- The Lively Morgue, Photos from The New York Times
- New York Times E-Singles: a collection of articles on a theme. (If you learn of other newspapers sharing collections of articles in this manner, let us know and we'll add links to them).
- Report on Using the The New York Times in your classroom (for participants only)
- Connecting Students with the Global Community: The ADP New York Times Program (A poster presented at the 2005 Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education conference, Milwaukee, WI.)
- If you have a Netflix subscription, a documentary on the Times and the issues of media in an age of technology is available: Page One: Inside the New York Times.
- A paper bundle without a box cutter. Thanks to Terry Elliott for making us a quick video at http://www.wku.edu/teaching/media/
- As of January 2013, if you want a personal digital subscription (not as part of the Times in the Classroom program), and you sign up using your edu e-mail address, you will receive 50% off your subscription.
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