Former ICFJ Knight Fellow Raymond Joseph talks with IJNet about how Code for South Africa's Data-Driven Journalism Academy helped its first group of journalists to improve their skills.
Investigative reporters meet in New Orleans this month, the next Media Party planned for Buenos Aires and more from the Knight Fellows in this week’s roundup.
Business reporter Larry Claasen discusses how spreadsheets allow journalists to have greater insights into their relationships with numbers.
ICFJ Knight Fellow Temi Adeoye offers practical tips for professional and citizen journalists using Google as a research tool.
ICFJ Knight Fellow Christopher Guess explains why data journalism technologies will never replace tried-and-true journalism skills.
By making official data and information more readily available to journalists, Vendata hopes to help Venezuelan citizens become more informed about their government.
Atlas, Quartz’s in-house tool for creating simple, mobile-friendly charts and other data visualizations, will now be available to anyone in the world to use.
New findings reveal readers’ longform preferences, going inside the Panama Papers and more in this week's Digital Media Mash Up, produced by the Center for International Media Assistance.
The innovative Peruvian outlet has announced a new, downloadable resource: “The Swiss Army Knife Journalist: Digital Research Tools in the Era of Big Data."
To mark World Press Freedom Day, ICFJ Knight Fellows Catherine Gicheru and Temi Adeoye discuss how data-driven civic tools are expanding media freedom in Kenya and Nigeria.
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