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The Mozilla-New York Times-Washington Post project: Turning comments into community

The Mozilla-New York Times-Washington Post project: Turning comments into community | data journalism | Scoop.it
“ Photo credit: Garry Knight on Flickr.com Many readers who comment on articles are valuable to a news organization. They are ...”
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10 tools that can help data journalists do better work, be more efficient | Poynter.

10 tools that can help data journalists do better work, be more efficient | Poynter. | data journalism | Scoop.it

"It’s hard to be equally good at all of the tasks that fall under data journalism. To make matters worse (or better, really), data journalists are discovering and applying new methods and tools all the time."


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Effective Social Journalism and Transmedia Storytelling

Social Journalism is the use of social networks and media to report the news or items that may be of interest or falls in to the category of the website or blog that you keep. Transmedia storytelling...

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Uruguay physio halted cancer treatment to help Luis Suárez recover from injury

Uruguay physio halted cancer treatment to help Luis Suárez recover from injury | data journalism | Scoop.it
“ Walter Ferreira, the kinesiologist of the Uruguay team, has put his own cancer treatment on hold in order to travel to Brazil to treat Luis Suárez's knee injury”
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List of tutorials for journalists on how to use spreadsheets

List of tutorials for journalists on how to use spreadsheets | data journalism | Scoop.it

A recent article on the Poynter Institute website about the most common tools that are part of a data journalist’s tool belt listed spreadsheets at the top. Since many government agencies and organizations provide data online in a spreadsheet or other format that can be imported into a spreadsheet, we thought of compiling a list of the best free tutorials that we could find on the web for journalists who want to learn spreadsheet skills.


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