Data Journalism Webinar Series Announced
The Columbia Journalism School announces a data journalism webinar series for aspiring data students. The school recently unveiled a Master of Science in Data Journalism expanding its existing data journalism offering to better equip the next generation of data journalism leaders.
Members of the school’s award-winning data and computation experts will lead the webinars.
Investigating Government Corruption with Open Data
Monday, November 6, 2017 3-4PM ET
Giannina Segnini, director of M.S. in Data Journalism
To Register: http://bit.ly/2gOi6E0
The Director of the Master of Science in Data Journalism Giannina Segnini will host a webinar on how data journalism is used to investigate corruption and organized crime. Segnini will also provide an overview of the data journalism curriculum and will cover other topics including:
-High-level overview of how to use international databases
-Hear from cross-borders data fellows about their recent work
-Learn how the data degree curriculum prepares aspiring journalists to use data for journalism in the public interest
Thursday, November 9, 2017 2:30-3:30PM ET
Susan McGregor, Assistant Prof. and Assistant Director of Tow Center for Digital Journalism
To Register: http://bit.ly/2hpmmuh
Participate in a Data Visualization webinar with Professor McGregor who will provide an overview of how to visualize data and information for storytelling.
Other data faculty at the school include:
Emily Bell - Founding director of the Tow Center for Digital Journalism and a leading thinker, commentator and strategist on digital journalism.
Mark Hansen – Director of the Brown Institute for Media Innovation known for his expertise at the intersection of computation, journalism and innovation.
Benjamin Lesser – Adjunct professor and investigative journalist focused on computer-assisted reporting.
Olga Pierce – Adjunct professor, previously deputy data editor at ProPublica.
Jonathan Stray – Computational journalist with a dual masters in computer science and journalism, and author of The Curious Journalist’s Guide to Data.
To learn more about this and other data offerings visit: http://bit.ly/2hu4U78