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Turning Your Ideas Into an Op-Ed

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April 11, 2024
12:00PM - 1:00PM
Live Streamed via Zoom

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Add to Calendar 2024-04-11 12:00:00 2024-04-11 13:00:00 Turning Your Ideas Into an Op-Ed Join us for an amazing opportunity to explore how and why to write for the public and to pitch and talk through some specific ideas. Led by the team that brings you Made by History, this session follows up on the introductory opinion writing workshop we held in November. It will review some basic concepts about the nuts and bolts of op-ed writing, tackle any questions participants have, and help participants to think through their pitches to turn ideas into op-eds. Participants are encouraged to consider major questions in advance and to bring ideas for opinion pieces to the workshop. The editors from Made by History will offer suggestions as to how to sharpen and focus these ideas, as well as for potential news hooks and places for publication.Join the Presentation    Brought to you by the Goldberg Center, Mershon Center, and College of Arts and Humanities.  Questions to Nick Breyfogle or Chris Nichols.   The event will be recorded and shared.  Live Streamed via Zoom Department of History history@osu.edu America/New_York public

Join us for an amazing opportunity to explore how and why to write for the public and to pitch and talk through some specific ideas. Led by the team that brings you Made by History, this session follows up on the introductory opinion writing workshop we held in November. It will review some basic concepts about the nuts and bolts of op-ed writing, tackle any questions participants have, and help participants to think through their pitches to turn ideas into op-eds. Participants are encouraged to consider major questions in advance and to bring ideas for opinion pieces to the workshop. The editors from Made by History will offer suggestions as to how to sharpen and focus these ideas, as well as for potential news hooks and places for publication.

Brought to you by the Goldberg Center, Mershon Center, and College of Arts and Humanities.  Questions to Nick Breyfogle or Chris Nichols.   The event will be recorded and shared. 

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