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General Sessions, Yearbook Sessions

UPDATED: 50 Ways To Tell A Story

Mods. Sidebars. Alternative Story Forms. Whatever you call them, they are a great way to expand your publication’s coverage, play with design and explore unique forms of storytelling. If you’re stuck in a picture and quote rut, this session will give you some new ideas.

50 ways update

For more examples, check out these previous versions:

August 2014

April 2014

April 2014 (sorted)

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Discussion

2 thoughts on “UPDATED: 50 Ways To Tell A Story

  1. Thank you so much for sharing this! I just used some of your ideas as a refresher for my staff. As deadline approaches “we need copy!” becomes dull boring “this happened” junk. We hit pause, went over some of your ideas, and now I’m excited to see what gets turned in next!

    Posted by Jen Kwiatek, Kiski School Ybk Adviser | November 4, 2015, 8:10 pm

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