PoynterVision: For Journalism teaches journos to code

Dave Stanton introduces For Journalism, a platform aiming to equip journalists with technical skills to succeed in data journalism jobs.

Stanton, ringleader of the Kickstarter-backed project, and a stellar team of working journalists including those from NPR, ProPublica and the Associated Press have created courses with screencasts, code repositories and discussion forums targeted at mid-career journalists, students and professors. Participants work on real-world projects that can be implemented immediately in the newsroom.

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  • Anna Li

    I write articles and produce multimedia for Poynter.org, focusing on how tech intersects with journalism. I'm interested in digital media and virtual communication. I'm also one of the first Google Journalism Fellows and the 2013 Naughton Fellow.

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