This meeting aims to give participants an overview of the tools and techniques they can learn through attending the full course and minisessions. The calendar indicates, case by case, the time and the duration of each meeting.
|Collaboration and professional ethics in digital journalism|
|Data journalism through collaborative journalism|
|Development of interactive maps and multimedia narratives through collaborative journalism|
|Entrepreneurship in collaborative journalism|
|Creation audience-building and revenue opportunities through collaborative journalism|
|Presentation of collaborative journalism projects on EU issues|
Each course lasts 2 days and includes modules covering different digital tools. The same modules are repeated for all courses planned over the year. Each course is dedicated to a different topic of European relevance. Participants learn how to use digital tools through reporting that specific topic. Each course is suitable for both journalists interested in its specific topic and journalists who are not particularly interested in its specific topic, but still want to learn how to use the same tools in order to apply them when reporting other topics. The calendar indicates, case by case, the topic of each course.
|Day 1 Theory||Schedule||Module|
|13.45-14.15||Managing cross-border investigations: research|
|14.15-14.45||Managing cross-border investigations: teams and partnerships|
|15.15-15.45||Managing cross-border investigations: multimedia production|
|15.45-16.15||Building audience and generating revenues through collaborative multimedia investigations: targeting users|
|16.30-17.00||Building audience and generating revenues through collaborative multimedia investigations: involving users|
|17.00-17.30||Building audience and generating revenues through collaborative multimedia investigations: monetizing users|
|Day 2 Practice||Schedule||Module|
|09.30-10.30||Collaborative gathering of data (text, photo, video) through open sources: identifying sources|
|10.45-11.45||Collaborative gathering of data (text, photo, video) through open sources: providing users with access to sources and or sharing tools|
|12.00-13.00||Collaborative gathering of data (text, photo, video) through open sources: leading the gathering process|
|14.00-15.00||Integrating data in interactive maps: processing, importing and geolocating data|
|15.15-16.15||Integrating data in interactive maps: map customization|
|16.30-17.30||Building multimedia stories around interactive maps interactive: design and implementation|
Each mini session lasts 2 hours and allows participants to learn the use of a particular tool. The calendar indicates, case by case, the time and the duration of each minissession.
|Google fusion table|
If you wish to have a customized training, send us your detailed request through the form below. We will respond as soon as possible, by indicating also timing and price.