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This course will help you strengthen your reporting and writing skills, especially focusing on reporting on the government, courts, military and NGOs.
Learn to easily tell beautiful immersive stories combining personal content with media curated from across the web.
Learn how to use Tumblr to maximize your storytelling, research and social community engagement.
Learn how to use copyright as a publishing tool, rather than as a reason to not use others’ content.
How your news organization can create credible Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites for readers and the community.
Learn how the case method can train your students to think for themselves, based on the experiences of the Knight Case Studies Initiative.
Learn how to spot online hoaxes and verify content, images and video you find on social networks.
Explore four key steps for remaking student media.
Be first. Be the best. Be credible. Develop standards for reporting breaking news in digital platforms.
Applications are no longer being accepted for this workshop, but you may apply to Covering Guns, A Poynter Workshop scheduled for July 10-12 in the Washington, D.C., area. Details and an application here.
This workshop has a simple goal: to improve the accuracy and depth of coverage of America’s gun debate, without deference to any political agenda or special interests.