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Seamus

Seamus is another NPR content management system. It is the publishing tool for all things digital (including pages on NPR.org, podcasts, NPR One, etc.). In this session, you will learn to create a Seamus story page. Who: This session is intended for new Seamus users.  

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Photo Rights

This session focuses on best practices for sourcing and selecting images for NPR.org and social media channels. It covers ethics, rights, general aesthetics and other guidelines.

NewsFlex

Online

NewsFlex 101: This is an introduction to the NPR news story asset management system. In this session, we show you how to create and manage story collections and their properties, how to access news wires, and more. Who: This session is intended for employees who will be or are currently using NewsFlex for their job.

MTE (Multi-Track Editor)

Online

MTE is NPR’s in-house audio editor. In this session for NPR staff, you will learn the basics of how to listen, edit and produce content for air. This is an

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Research, Archives & Data Strategy (RAD)

This session is an overview of how NPR researchers and data strategists partner with interns and everyone else at NPR. You will learn the following: How to use Artemis, NPR’s

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Grove Live Blog

Online

This session will teach you how to create and publish live blogs and posts in the Grove CMS. NPR EMPLOYEES ONLY — this is not available to stations.

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Planner (Cardboard)

Cardboard is NPR’s content planning tool for shows, desks, digital and podcast content creators for story presentation sharing and collaboration. In this session, we’ll go over how to use Planner

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Searching Public Records

Public records are your key to backgrounding sources, finding contact information, checking criminal background, searching court records and gathering clues about financial and professional status. In this “NPR U” session,

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Headlines and SEO

Learn to write headlines readers will click and Google will surface! This session includes: Considerations when writing a page-level and social headline; Dos and don’ts (and the reasoning behind them);