Data journalism for lecturers: Book your place on this CIJ training course
The Centre for Investigative Journalism is teaming up with Nottingham Trent University to offer a two-day data journalism workshop aimed at up-skilling HE lecturers.
From breaking news to finding regular story leads to in-depth investigations like The Panama Papers, Data Journalism is fast becoming essential.
This training is only available to lecturers or other academic staff within media or journalism departments at universities.
The course will run on July 22 and 23.
For more information or to book your place contact:
Tom Sanderson: firstname.lastname@example.org
Why do this course?
Data journalism is increasingly a must-have skill for those entering the competitive media job market. Employers whether in local, regional, national and international newsrooms all now
From streamlining and improving research and fact-checking
Student recruitment, retention
The Centre for Investigative Journalism is teaming up with Nottingham Trent University to provide expert, up-to-date and affordable training in the core skills necessary for lecturers who understand the need to incorporate data skills in their journalism provision.
Over the course of two
We’ll cover the basics of sourcing,
We’ll also provide some best practice examples of using blended learning techniques to ensure your data journalism teaching has the greatest impact
Taught by Jonathan Stoneman, freelance data journalism trainer and former Head of Training at the BBC World Service, this course builds on the Centre for Investigative Journalism’s years of history in training journalists to leverage the power of data analysis.
We’ve been teaching these skills and techniques since before ‘data journalism’ was a
All our training contains hands-on practical exercises to give you a deeper understanding of the skills and how to use them.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please contact email@example.com for more information
Is this training open to anyone?
This course is for lecturers or other academic staff within media or journalism departments at universities only.
What does it cost?
£200. Which does not include accommodation or food.