Digital Skills Workshop
Digital Skills Workshop provides teachers and students with free learning modules that address core competencies for college- and career-readiness as outlined by the Common Core State Standards. This site is comprised of videos and lesson plans you can implement right away. The videos document actual classroom and field exercises where specific digital skills are introduced, explained, and demonstrated.

UNESCO Crossings Institute for Conflict-Sensitive Reporting and Intercultural Dialogue
The Crossings Institute aims to foster an environment of peace through the promotion of interdisciplinary teaching and research in transcultural studies and interreligious dialogue. The center has engaged students as well as faculty and community members in efforts to build a global community through education and dialogue that transcends cultural, religious, and geopolitical boundaries.

Latino Roots in Oregon
Latino Roots materials (exhibit panels, booklet, documentaries) are available for use in middle schools, high schools, and higher education institutions in the state of Oregon. Curriculum development workshops for training students in how to produce their own Latino Roots stories can also be scheduled with the project research team.

Bruce Baer Award
Since 1978, the Baer Award — Oregon journalism’s top prize — which carries a $1,000 prize, has been given in recognition of Oregon’s finest investigative and public affairs journalism.

The award is in memory of Bruce Baer, who was dean of the Oregon Capitol press corps when he died of cancer at age 40. He had worked for daily newspapers and radio stations in the Pacific Northwest prior to spending 13 years at KATU (2) in Portland. The prize will be presented May 17 at the annual awards banquet hosted by the Greater Oregon Society of Professional Journalists.