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For the final week of their winter break, five students from the University of Missouri’s School of Journalism spent one week at rural newspapers around the state.

They brought with them lessons on how to build strategies for social media and how to amplify work in a way that doesn’t add more work. And, in the third part of this series, you’ll see how two students in the Potter Digital Ambassador program worked with those newsrooms, often one-on-one, to show that adding video and being part of the conversation online helps that work have more impact.

The students, while there as teachers, learned a lot, too, about local news and the people who produce it.

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