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MOOC focuses on reporting on vaccines controversy [Worldwide]
The World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ) is launching its first Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) "A science journalism approach to controversies: the case of vaccines" Nov. 1.
NewsU at Poynter hosts free webinar on data journalism tool [Worldwide]
The course "Find stories in data faster and collaborate better with data.world: a digital tools tutorial" will be broadcast at 2 p.m. EDT Aug. 31.
Webinar focuses on strategies for visual storytelling [Worldwide]
The National Press Foundation hosts the hourlong webinar "How to use technology in visual storytelling" at 12 p.m. EDT Aug. 23.
Workshops focuses on digital skills [Nepal]
StoryCycle and the British Embassy in Nepal are organizing a series of journalism workshops in August in Kathmandu.
NewsU hosts free webinar on media analytics [Worldwide]
Journalists interested in audience engagement are invited to attend this one-hour webinar at 2 p.m. EDT on Aug. 10.
Knight Center hosts free online course on video journalism for digital platforms [Brazil]
The Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) will be offered in Portuguese July 24 to Aug. 20.
NewsU hosts free webinar on digital tools [Worldwide]
Journalists interested in new ways to engage their audience can attend this one-hour webinar.
Africa-China Reporting Project hosts symposium [South Africa]
Journalists and others interested in reporting about Africa-China relations are invited to this event July 20 in Johannesburg.
NewsU hosts free webinar on drone journalism [Worldwide]
Journalists interested in drone reporting are invited to attend this one-hour webinar at 2 p.m. EDT on June 14.
Poynter's NewsU hosts free course on fact-checking [Worldwide]
Journalists and others who want to learn basic fact-checking skills and best practices can attend this self-directed course at any time.
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