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Audrey Cooper, editor in chief of the San Francisco Chronicle, introduces section editors for their morning newsroom meeting, held during NLP’s NewsLitCamp.

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A look inside NLP’s NewsLitCamp® at the San Francisco Chronicle

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EdSurge, an online news outlet that focuses on education technology, reported on NLP’s Nov. 14 NewsLitCamp at the San Francisco Chronicle. “Inside a News Literacy Camp, Where the Newsroom Becomes the Classroom” notes that the unique professional development format and setting of a NewsLitCamp allows the educators and journalists in attendance to learn from each other.

 

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