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English course for journalists open [Worldwide]
The University of California, Berkeley is offering the Massive Online Open Course (MOOC) "English for Journalists" through edX. The course is divided into two five-week sessions.
Online course on inequalities and social change open [Americas]
UNESCO, through its Management of Social Transformations (MOST) Program, offers this online course in English and Spanish.
Knight Center hosts free online course on data visualization [Worldwide]
Anyone interested in data visualization can participate in the MOOC “Data visualization for storytelling and discovery” June 11 to July 8.
NewsU presents webinar on investigative reporting [Worldwide]
Editors and reporters interested in investigative journalism can attend the online seminar "Investigative reporting: from numbers to narrative" at 1:00 p.m. EDT on June 21.
Knight Center hosts organizes online course on election coverage [Brazil]
The Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) will be offered in Portuguese June 4 to July 1.
Free online course on identifying misinformation open [Worldwide]
First Draft offers an hourlong course and a five-unit verification course in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
NewsU presents online course on fact-checking [Worldwide]
"Hands-on fact-checking: a short course" is a free, self-directed course organized in partnership with the International Fact-Checking Network at the Poynter Institute and the American Press Institute.
Knight Center hosts free online course on trust and verification [Worldwide]
Anyone interested in the dynamics of trust and transparency in digital journalism and how to verify and debunk online misinformation can attend this course April 9 to May 6.
Abraji organizes online course in data journalism with SQL [Brazil]
Journalists interested in data reporting can enroll in this three-week course from the Brazilian Association of Investigative Journalism (Abraji, in Portuguese).
Torcedores.com selects team to cover 2018 FIFA World Cup [Brazil]
Budding journalists and students interested in sports reporting must attend a free online course on sports journalism to be eligible.
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Media professionals outline 14 steps to combat industry sexism after conference controversy
A group of international media professionals penned an open letter calling for an end to sexism in the industry, which includes 14 actionable steps toward greater equality and inclusion.
| June 19, 2018