These questions will help you improve your scientific literacy, and could help when you write your own stories.
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In the second video of a series of open-source learning videos, we explore how to use analytics to determine how your audience is finding your content.
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A panel of business reporters discuss the benefits of understanding economics and why you sometimes have to ask the stupid question.
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Launched in 2014, JHR’s Indigenous Reporting Program supports young, Indigenous people who are working towards becoming established journalists.
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Journalists must have a strong work ethic and be willing to take employment risks to have a strong career, says Stoffel.
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Youth Vote launched this fall to share election related news and stories for student publications.
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“Journalism and good stories are about real people, not talking heads,” says Stoffel, who tries to focus not just on conflict reporting.
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Recipient of the 2015 Michelle Lang Fellowship explains how his five-part Calgary Herald series came to be.
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#WhatAreTheChances project among those recognized by the Online News Association this year.
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