Special Series: Teaching Data Journalism 2015

    by Kathleen Bartzen Culver
    March 26, 2015

    As calls for improvements in journalism education expand, instruction in dealing with data keeps appearing as a consistent thread. To help educators consider how to do this across the curriculum, we’re revisiting the topic in this series. Our first look at teaching data journalism appeared last July, and the tools and approaches have expanded in the months since.

    Series Posts

    Can Data Journalism Be Taught?, by Simon Rogers

    Pro Partnerships and Data Courses at WVU, by Alison Bass


    Remix: How Our Data Students Succeeded with More Structure and Freedom, by Nicole Blanchett Neheli

    How to Teach Data Journalism for Beginners, by Kelly Fincham

    2014 Series Posts

    How J-Schools Are Tackling Demand for Data Journalism Skills, by Katherine Krueger


    Take an Interviewing Approach to Find Stories in Data, by Derek Willis

    6 Questions for the Tow Center’s Alex Howard on Data Journalism by Meagan Doll

    7 Ways to Incorporate Data Journalism into Your Classes, by Mike Reilley

    Remix: Put Data Journalism into Every Entry-Level J-School Class, by Kathleen Bartzen Culver

    Past Coverage

    Tow Center Showcase Puts Data Journalism in the Spotlight, by Lauren E. Mack

    Big Data for Social Justice: Stackedup.org, by Meredith Broussard

    Columbia’s Lede Program Aims to Go Beyond the Data Hype, by Cathy O’Neil

    How to Create a Successful Online Course — Without Muppets, by Steve Doig

    Assignment Remix: Tackling Data Requests in Classes, by Meredith Broussard

    Young Journalists Can Dream Big with AP-Google Scholarship, by Emily Eggleston

    Twitter Chat

    Read the Storify from our #EdShift chat on teaching data journalism.

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