The Fall JEA/NSPA National High School Journalism Convention has shifted to an online platform.
More than 100 on-demand breakout session videos will be available to attendees from Nov. 1 to Jan. 15, 2022.
We are not accepting new speaker proposals at this time. Speakers who received confirmation that their session was accepted for the online programming should follow the instructions below to submit the session recording.
Videos are due by Oct. 25. Please submit the video file or download link through the online form. If your video is larger than 10GB, please contact Porter@jea.org for alternative submission methods.
Your session should last 20-30 minutes.
You can record your session with any application you feel comfortable with. We recommend three applications that are free or low cost and easy to use.
Whatever application you choose, please follow these guidelines for the recorded video.
- We want to see your face. Don’t just record the slides with audio, please include the thumbnail video of yourself.
- Record in front of a clean background.
- Make sure you have adequate light that your face is clearly visible and not silhouetted with backlight.
View an example of a recorded session
Handouts and more
You are encouraged to share supporting documents to include in your session presentation — handouts, the presentation slideshow or web links are examples of things we can include. There is a place to include these documents when you share your video file.
Convention style guide
Official name: Fall JEA/NSPA National High School Journalism Convention.
Fall convention or national high school journalism convention on second reference. Not JEA convention or NSPA convention.
#nhsjc used for social media
If you have any questions about the fall convention, contact JEA Assistant Director Lindsay Porter at 785-532-5563 or NHSJC@jea.org.