In-Person Training

  • The Hands-On Backpack and Mobile Video Workshop (B432-15)

    Seminar
    06/01-06/05

    This is a fast-moving, highly practical week aimed at amping up your video storytelling skills.

    If you are a photojournalist, we will sharpen your writing. If you are a reporter, we will get you on solid photographic footing. If you are a print oriented journalist, we will introduce you to video storytelling and help you find ways to make your journalism more powerful online.

    We supply the gear, the latest video and DSLR technology, from our partners at Canon USA, or you can bring your own camera.

  • Teachapalooza V (DJED-15)

    Seminar
    06/12-06/14

    Deadline Extended - Apply Now! Plenty of seats still available!

    Catch Up, Power Up, Re-Ignite Your Passion for Teaching

    Teachapalooza V is the place to catch up, power up and re-ignite your passion for teaching. Join us from June 12-14, 2015 at the Poynter campus in St. Petersburg, Fla., for three fast-paced days of relevant, cut-to-the-chase learning for journalism educators.

  • The Poynter Hands-on Backpack and Mobile Video Workshop for Educators (DJEDB-15)

    Seminar
    06/14-06/16

    Deadline Extended - Apply Now!

    This seminar is perfect for college educators who will join us for TEACHAPALOOZA and want to stay and spend three intensive, hands-on days learning video skills. In just a few days, we can show college educators the basics of capturing and editing video.

    Many of our participants have never captured video before, others know the basics but need a confidence boost. We will be by your side the whole way. We will also share our techniques for teaching your students “best practices” in the field.

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Faculty Spotlight

  • Director, Business Development; Staff Counsel

    Since joining The Poynter Institute in 2007, Ellyn Angelotti has helped Poynter explore the journalistic values and the legal challenges related to new technologies, especially social media. She also has helped create and develop Poynter’s use of interactive teaching tools like online chats and podcasts.

  • Faculty, Grants Manager

    Wendy Wallace oversees Poynter’s grants and assists with other advancement work for the Poynter Foundation and is a member of the Poynter faculty.

    She was editor of her high school and college newspapers and interned during her college summers at The Washington Post, Milwaukee Journal and St. Petersburg Times (now Tampa Bay Times). After graduating with bachelor’s degrees in journalism and operations and systems management and an MBA in marketing from Indiana University, she came to work as a reporter for the Times in 1986. At the Times, she covered general assignment, police, schools and business, then worked in circulation marketing, finance and eventually as internal services director, a position similar to marketing director, responsible for creative services, research and event marketing for the newspaper.

    Wendy became the high school program director at Poynter in 2004, organizing workshops for high school students and teaching at high school journalism conventions across the country. Because of her marketing and business background, she began assisting with Poynter’s development work a few years later and now manages a grants portfolio of about $750,000/year. She also helped launch Poynter’s revitalized journalism entrepreneurship program in 2010.

    She earned Certified Journalism Educator teaching certification from the Journalism Education Association in 2010. Wendy is past president of the Indiana University Journalism Alumni Board, served on the advisory committee for the Journeys in Journalism program for the Pinellas County Schools and is on the advisory board for the Center for Scholastic Journalism at Kent State University.