How to Use Data and Geoinformatics for Journalism

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Data journalism, or computer-assisted reporting, reflects a different sort of story-telling, one that supplements, enhances and can even replace the traditional the words-on-a-page news report or feature. In the attached white paper and then in the video interview, host Tim Shoults speaks with Chad Skelton about how to mine data to get great stories.

Chad Skelton is a journalism instructor at Kwantlen Polytechnic University and an active data journalist for hire. He loves charts, maps, Excel and Tableau training. He is the former data journalist at The Vancouver Sun.

Section 1Video
Lecture 1How to Use Data and Geoinformatics for Journalism?
Section 2White Paper
Lecture 2How to Use Data and Geoformatics for Journalism?
Lecture 3How to Use Data and Geoformatics for Journalism? - Recap
Section 3Transcription
Lecture 4How to Use Data and Geoformatics for Journalism?
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