2013 AP Stylebook Quick Quizzes: grammar.about.com/b/2013/07/24/a-quick-quiz-from-the-2013-ap-stylebook.htm


American Society of Newspaper Editors’ SchoolJournalism.org (resources for high school journalists): www.schooljournalism.org


EditTeach.org (resources for journalism instructors at many levels: high school, college, newsroom, etc.): www.editteach.org


The Good, the Bad & the Ugly, or Why It’s a Good Idea to Evaluate Web Re- sources (by Susan E. Beck of the New Mexico State University Library): lib.nmsu.edu/instruction/ eval.html


Journalism Education Association: jea.org; curriculum.jea.org


Journalists in Schools: journalistsinschools.org


JPROF.com (resources for college journalism instructors): www.jprof.com


National Scholastic Press Association Student Sourcebook (a directory of links and contact information for resources and organizations of interest to high school journalists): studentpress.journ.umn.edu/nspa/


Newsroom 101 (grammar and journalistic style): newsroom101.net


No Train, No Gain (a collection of handouts and contacts for newsroom training): www.notrain-nogain.org


Rethinking Schools: Online Geography Test (a good quiz to give young reporters): www.rethinkingschools.org/just_fun/games/mapgame.html


Society of Professional Journalists—Journalist’s Toolbox: www.journaliststool-box.org/archive/teaching-tools/


The News Literacy Project: www.thenewsliteracyproject.org


Thsrs: The Shorter Thesaurus (a great tool for headline writing): www.ironicsans.com/thsrs/


Tolerance.org (teaching Title IX and gender equity): www.tolerance.org


Verification Junkie (a fact-checking tool from Josh Stearns that centralizes several social media verification tools in one place): verificationjunkie.com