It's almost a year since Bangladesh's Rana Plaza clothing factory collapsed, killing more than 1,000 people. To mark the event, the Guardian has released a powerful interactive exploring life in Dhaka's factories and the journeys our clothes make from factories to shop floors.
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"Federico Guerrini, an Italian freelance journalist is the author of a new research study done for the University of Oxford and sponsored by Thomson Reuters which analyzes the emergent use of content curation practices for journalistic use.
The research provides a good introduction to content curation, and a few excellent examples of how it has been used effectively for journalistic purposes..."
My research paper for Reuters is finally out. In it, I analyses the use of storytelling platforms for journalistic's purposes, both from the newsroom's perspective and from the one of "independent storytellers". Have a nice read, Federico
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Federico Guerrini's insight:
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A one-day course that will give you practical skills in a range of visualisation techniques, from simple charts to maps and infographics, as well as a fundamental understanding of visualisation design principles.
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Usare i contenuti generati dagli utenti nella copertura giornalistica apre un ventaglio amplissimo di opportunità, ma presenta anche alcune controindicazioni, prima fra tutte quella relativa alla necessità di verificare la bontà del materiale che si intende adoperare. Il punto sull'argomento con vari esempi di strumenti e servizi che aiutano le redazioni nella gestione degli Ugc.
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