Journalism Education and Training

Video Fundamentals for Journalists (October 2014)

Online Group Seminar
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09/29

Want to start telling video stories? This course is your guide to shooting, producing and sharing video stories.

Powerful Data Journalism with import.io

Webinar
06/26

Scrape data from websites and use it to create powerful data-driven journalism, even if you don’t know how to code.

Making the Case for Fact-Checking in Your Newsroom

Webinar
10/18

The effectiveness of fact-checking and how you can use this information to justify implementing or keeping fact-checking at your news organization.

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

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.

Money in Politics: Investigating Campaign Finance in Your State and Nationally

Webinar
09/10

Investigate political money in your state or nationally using www.followthemoney.org.

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.

There's Math In My Journalism! Solving Your Numbers Problems

Webinar
09/04

Learn how to solve the most common math problems and present numbers in journalism.

State of the News Media 2014

Webinar
04/03

Explore the key findings and ask your questions about audiences, revenue trends, media ownership and newsgathering strategies from Pew Research Center’s State of the News Media 2014 report.

Poynter's Story: A New Direction for the Future

Webinar
05/20

Join Poynter President Tim Franklin in this conversation about the Institute’s strategic shift and ask your questions about Poynter’s new direction.