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As you wrap up the 2012-2013 school year, take advantage of new courses and resources to help you plan for next semester. Whether you're looking for ideas you can use in the classroom or ways to sharpen your own skills, Poynter's NewsU is here to help.

And if you're headed to AEJMC, come join us. We'll be presenting our annual session, including findings from our 2013 survey on the future of journalism education, on Thursday, Aug. 8.

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May is packed with new tools and training. Take advantage of new digital tools to enhance your interactive storytelling and data visualization, learn to navigate copyright and fair use issues, prevent plagiarism and boost your skills as a writer, editor or producer. Don't miss these great opportunities to build your journalism skills in an ever-changing marketplace.

Want to receive 35 percent off any Webinar or Webinar replay? Simply take our Future of Journalism Education survey here and we'll apply the discount to the next Webinar or Webinar replay you enroll in.

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As you head into the homestretch of the school year, take advantage of Webinars on data, visualization, fair use, plagiarism and digital tools. Plus, we're asking for your thoughts about the future of journalism education. Whether you're planning for finals, fall or beyond, Poynter's NewsU is here to help.

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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. –The Poynter Institute’s e-learning project, News University (NewsU), announced today that it has registered its 250,000th user, marking a significant milestone for a program founded on the principles of flexible, focused and affordable journalism training.

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We're celebrating spring with a couple of big numbers this month. Just in time for our eighth anniversary (or is it birthday?) on April 11, we have reached another milestone: 250,000 registered users. That makes NewsU, with more than 275 training modules, the world’s largest e-learning site devoted to journalism skills training. Whether you want to learn new digital skills, boost your writing power, be a better producer or more, you can put the power of NewsU to work for you.

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