DATA-DRIVEN JOURNALISM: How should a curriculum for data journalism trainings look like?

Aim of this survey

 
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This survey is realised by the European Journalism Centre (EJC), in collaboration with Mirko Lorenz (Deutsche Welle) *

Increasingly, governments, international agencies and organisations such as the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) and the World Bank, are publishing online collections of freely available public data. Developing the know-how to use the available data more effectively, to understand it, to communicate and generate stories based on it by using free and open tools for data analysis and visualisation, could be a huge opportunity to breathe new life into journalism. The aim of this survey is to gather the opinion of journalists on this emerging field and understand what the training needs are.

This survey has 16 questions. Answering them will take you no more than 10 minutes. The results will be made freely available and will help us design data journalism trainings that fit real needs. To thank the participating journalists for taking part in this survey, we will award one of them an Amazon voucher of Euro 100.

The role of the EJC

The European Journalism Centre (EJC) is dedicated to the highest standards in journalism, mainly through the further training of journalists and media professionals. Last year the EJC organized the successful conference: Data-driven Journalism: What is there to learn? For more information check the data-driven journalism website and join the data-driven journalism community.

*Mirko Lorenz is editor in the EU project VISION Cloud. One of the aims of the project is to develop a workflow approach for data-driven newsrooms.

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