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16 November 2015
There are all kinds of analytics available to show you who is looking at your site and how they’re getting there. But how can you—or should you—use that information when selecting which stories to
09 November 2015
In this third part of an open-source learning video series created in partnership with Ryerson University and Sheridan College, Nicole Blanchett Neheli explores how to interpret data that tracks the
03 November 2015
These questions will help you improve your scientific literacy, and could help when you write your own stories.
03 November 2015
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.
30 October 2015
A panel of business reporters discuss the benefits of understanding economics and why you sometimes have to ask the stupid question.
29 June 2015
Journalism professors who travelled to Tanzania and Liberia for Journalists for Human Rights encountered inspiring students eager to learn, societies hungry for news and university programs that
05 June 2015
This is a cautionary tale about how my course slides, meant for student eyes only, can end up for sale online.
28 May 2015
The fifth estate‘s dramatic “jump” footage spotlighted an innocent man’s jailing. But was it fair to air it?
14 May 2015
How a health reporter weighed the risks of a hot-zone assignment in the early days of the 2014 ebola outbreak.Read


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