Journalism Education and Training

How to Write Short and Well

Webinar
03/01

Learn the most reliable tools for writing short – across media platforms – and well.

The Craft of Multimedia Journalism

Webinar
09/13

Understand how to use digital storytelling forms to effectively tell your story. Part of the Essential Skills for the Digital Journalist Webinar Series

Six Things Educators Can Do Right Now To Go Digital

Webinar
10/28

Ideas that educators of all levels can use to drive digital into the classroom.

Core Skills for the 21st Century Journalist

Webinar
04/10

Learn what makes a journalist successful; what skills, attributes, and knowledge areas are important. Based on the findings of Poynter’s 2014 report, Core Skills for the Future of Journalism

Solutions Journalism: Covering What Works, Without the Fluff

Webinar
04/30

Learn how to find and report powerful, serious and engaging stories about responses to social problems—without falling into advocacy, PR or fluff.

Document Mining with Overview: A Digital Tools Tutorial

Webinar
03/15

We’ll show you how to use Overview to quickly sort though hundreds, or hundreds of thousands, of documents to find the story.

Interactive Storytelling with Zeega: A Digital Tools Tutorial

Webinar
05/23

Learn to easily tell beautiful immersive stories combining personal content with media curated from across the web.

Content Curation and Creation with Spundge: A Digital Tools Tutorial

Webinar
04/10

Learn how Spundge helps you cover a beat, research stories, collaborate with colleagues, and create content and curated streams.

The New Ethics of Journalism: A Guide for the 21st Century

Webinar
08/15

As the practice of journalism has evolved dramatically, the language we use to describe our ethical values has remained static. Until now. Learn the new ethics of journalism for the 21st Century

How User Experience (UX) Will Save Journalism

Webinar
02/20

Can two letters — UX — save journalism? Maybe, if increasing our focus on ‘user experience’ leads to better products and happier readers.