Sites help students build portfolios

South, Jeff
March 2010
Quill;Mar/Apr2010, Vol. 98 Issue 2, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports on the proliferation of web sites that offer an opportunity for journalism students to build their portfolios. The emergence of the Internet is cited as the reason for the emergence of sites that can be of significance to fledgling and veteran journalists. Among them are UPIU.com, a social media platform, and Ground Report.com. Student Kate Lewanowicz of Virginia Commonwealth University sent her story to UPIC.com after being rejected by the school paper and became a hit.


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