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Website Gives Tribes Instant Access On Education

MANCOS, CO-- Accessing information about higher education issues in Indian Country just got easier.Tribal College Journal (TCJ) recently launched a new website that will give subscribers online access to news and information pertinent to American Indian higher education.

After months of planning, the dramatically redesigned website has come to fruition. The website,www.tribalcollegejournal.org, embodies the forward-thinking vision of TCJ and a commitment to the growing tribal college movement. With frequent updates, the site will give readers the best of Tribal College Journal magazine as well as exclusive web features that combine original reporting with the web's myriad of resources.

Some of the new website's features include:
Streamlined searching and navigation
Full subscriber access to the latest Indian education news, resources, and more
Online advertising opportunities
Job opportunities
Easy subscription and back issue ordering
The new website welcomes visitors with bold new colors, a dynamic layout, and accessible articles. TCJ's current issue, focusing on food sovereignty, is featured on the homepage. This issue explores traditional foods and medicinal plants as well as the work of tribal colleges on the forefront of issues surrounding food sovereignty, sustainability, and local food systems.

The redesigned website is one of several steps TCJ is taking to support its print edition and expand its readership. "Our goal is to provide information in the preferred format of our evolving audience and reach those who may not yet know about the work of the tribal colleges," says Rachael Marchbanks, publisher of Tribal College Journal. In the coming months, TCJ plans to add the full content of its 21 years of back issues.

About Tribal College Journal
Tribal College Journal is a non-profit media organization operating under the auspices of the American Indian Higher Education Consortium, an organization of 37 tribally-controlled colleges in the U.S. and Canada.

TCJ strives to provide a primary resource of news, information, and best practices in American Indian higher education for everyone with an interest or stake in the social, economic, and educational development of American Indian tribes and communities.

Tribal College Journal has covered the news, newsmakers, and issues in the American Indian higher education movement for more than 21 years, earning multiple journalism awards from organizations such as the Native American Journalists Association, Association Media and Publishing, and Western Publishing Association. 


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