Considering a newsletter? What will you say?

We’ve discussed how to communicate to your students via a newsletter and how to manage distribution of the newsletter. Now, in Part 3 on communicating via a newsletter, Bill Roach gives tips on actually writing the content. You’ll tell participants about your schedule, class plans, and substitutes, but where do you get informative content to keep them engaged? What about the ethical or legal issues involved in copying or quoting information? Get informed so you can create fun and engaging content for your students, and keep them coming back to your class for more! In previous articles we addressed the benefits of a student newsletter for instructors and we’ve also tried to take away some of the confusion about how to manage a newsletter. If having a newsletter is still on your mind, you may be wondering how to find quality content sufficient to sustain a newsletter effort.

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