Tagpage data journalism
Event - #dataharvest13 (Brussels)
Meet committed and clever journalists from all over Europe and find enriching inspiration on European investigative journalism. Dataharvest13 will take place from 3 to 4 May in Brussels.
Page - #dataharvest13
The Data Harvest Conference, one of the most relevant networking events for journalists who want to cover Europe, was organised for the third time in 2013, with committed and clever journalists from all over Europe sharing enriching inspiration on European investigative and data journalism. #dataharvest13 took place on 3 and 4 May in Brussels.
BRUSSELS - The #PanamaPapers will be very much present at the 2016 Dataharvest Conference, which takes place June 3-5 in Belgium. Another eyecatcher is BuzzFeed UK's Heidi Blake, who will talk about her #TennisRacket match-fixing investigation.
Event - TechRaking Berlin 16
TechRacking in Berlin. An event for creative and investigative journalists, designers & technologists organised by The Center for Investigative Reporting and CORRECTIV, in partnership with the Google News Lab.
OXFORD – The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism published a study on global database investigations. The study looks at three important cases, two of which were realised in cooperation with or with support of Journalismfund.eu.
IRE and NICAR are organising their annual conference devoted to computer-assisted reporting, March 5-8, 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia. Learn about tools you need to dig deeper into stories and give readers and viewers the information they want.
The "International Right to Know Day" is celebrated around the world by access to information advocates. This year, the European Ombudsman, Emily O'Reilly, wants to look into the question of how transparent scientific data, and more specifically clinical trial data, is for the benefit of patients, doctors, and researchers who need maximum information about the medicines they take, prescribe, and analyse.
A one-day course focussing on how to find stories in data. This intensive course will take you through data sources, including open data and Freedom of Information, as well as teaching you how to clean and visualise data. This course is run by Journalism.co.uk and Open Data Institute with School of Data. You can book places on the course here.