The European Data and Computational Journalism Conference takes place at University College Dublin on July 6-7.
Applications are open for colleagues from practice and academic courses to submit proposals for papers and/or talks.
Topics for consideration include:
- Data and computational journalism
- Data-driven investigations
- Data storytelling
- Open data
- Algorithms, transparency and accountability
- Automated journalism
- Newsroom software, tools and UX
- ‘Post-fact’ journalism and the impact of data
- Data and Computational Journalism education
- Data mining
Academic talks should be a two-page extended abstract, a template can be found here: datajconf.com/submissions/ED….
Presented abstracts will be archived in proceedings compiled by the Library of University College Dublin.
Practice/industry talks should highlight the key themes to cover and their relevance to the conference.
Selected full papers from the conference will be invited to submit to a special issue of the JOMEC journal, or to an issue of Digital Journalism, Journalism Studies, or Journalism Practice.
For more details contact firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the organisers directly datajconf.com/#organisers