Reporting, Writing and Editing

TV Power Reporting Academy (August 2014)

Online Group Seminar
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07/15

Learn how to tell stronger stories every day and expand the skills you need to survive in today’s newsroom and thrive in your career.

Video Fundamentals (McClatchy, April 2014)

Online Group Seminar

This course will provide print journalists the ability to capture, edit, produce, and share videos online, on mobile and social media.

Navigating Copyright and Fair Use Issues in an Open-Source World

Webinar
05/08

Learn how to use copyright as a publishing tool, rather than as a reason to not use others’ content.

Getting Started With Google Fusion Tables

Webinar
05/15

Learn how Fusion Tables can help you host, visualize and publish your data as maps, charts and timelines.

Programming for Non-Geeks: Publishing Multimedia on the Web

Webinar
12/05

Learn how to integrate dynamic multimedia content with your own website or publish it elsewhere online.

Describing Your Content: Metadata and What It’s Good For

Webinar
08/02

Learn how to tag your online content so users can find and filter it quickly.

Political Fact-Checking: Tips and Tricks for the 2012 Election

Webinar
05/31

Learn tips and tricks about political fact-checking from the editor of the Pulitzer Prize-winning website, PolitiFact.

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.

Tools for Mobile Journalists 2013

Webinar
10/03

Discover the tools, tips and tricks to research, report and publish your coverage.

National Punctuation Day: Tools, Not Rules, for Writing and Reading

Webinar
09/24

Why we should make a big deal of squiggles on the page? Learn why punctuation can make or break the meaning of what you write and read.