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We're gearing up for a season of learning this fall. From covering the Affordable Care Act and agribusiness, to using tools for mobile newsgathering and website strategies, celebrating Punctuation Day and editing your own writing, our lineup is loaded with ways you can put the power of NewsU to work for you and your career.

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Leading media organizations partner to co-create an online training program to build proficiency in editing skills and best practices

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (September 2013) – The Poynter Institute’s News University and the American Copy Editors Society (ACES) announce the Poynter/ACES Certificate in Editing.

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You work hard all year long. So this Labor Day weekend, do something for yourself and your career. Treat yourself to the great e-learning available through Poynter's NewsU. And if you use this code -- 13LABOR50B -- you'll get 50 percent off five courses.

We know it's tough to stay ahead in these competitive times. NewsU is here to help. From writing and reporting techniques, to social media and mobile skills, to innovation and entrepreneurial strategies, our on-demand courses can give you the edge you need.

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Let Poynter NewsU help you plan for success this fall. Whether it's a course to help your students master the basics of grammar or a package of interactive courses to supplement your syllabus, we've got more than 300 e-learning courses and resources to help you and your students. As the leader in journalism training online, we're your trusted partner in the classroom.

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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The Poynter Institute, an international strategy center and leader in journalism education, announced today the results of its 2013 survey, “The Future of Journalism Education.” More than 1,800 educators, students, media professionals and independent journalists responded to the survey that was conducted to find out how these key groups see the future of journalism education.

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