Dedicating time to examine your stories' grammar, spelling and accuracy is essential. Putting on an editor's hat allows you see your own copy in a different way and help you improve it.
Understanding numbers and conveying their meaning is part of being a journalist. You should have a working knowledge of arithmetic, be comfortable with statistics, percentages and more.
Tip sheet on formulating, researching, writing and editing news opinion articles.
Crowdsourced glossary of common digital-journalism terms from Hacks/Hackers
Interview with the Boston Globe's Renee Loth about the art of informed opinion writing.
2011 case study from Columbia University on ethical issues implicated in the relationship between an activist news source and a major news organization.
Variety of video clips that touch on issues relating to journalism training, school and the future of news
Interview with writer and student Marianne English about evaluating and using research in her journalism
Six tips for writing more compelling business stories
Effective strategies for writing a compelling profile of a company or business leader