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Collective Work: Meilleures pratiques pour l'enquête de rapports par collaboration
1. Lors de l'enquête par collaboration, considérez les points suivant:
- Quel est la portée de la collaboration ?
- Quelles sont les contributions anticipées par chaque organisation ?
- Lors du processus, quel est le plan pour travailler ensemble ?
- Comment les collaborateurs préfèrent-ils communiquer ?
- Comment sera gérer le projet ?
- Comment sera partagé l'information et les trouvailles ?
- Comment le contenu sera-t-il partagé ?
- Quels sont les obstacles anticipés ? comment seront-ils résolu ?
- Comment fonctionnera l'éditorial, la vérification de faits, la révision juridique ainsi que le processus de publication ?
- Comment sera assuré la cohérence de l'information et les faits principaux ?
- Comment sera publiée la collaboration ? *TODO: (How will the collaboration be branded and publicized?)
- Qui sera chargé du suivi sur les nouvelles reliées à l'histoire suite à sa publication ?
- Comment le projet sera-il soumis et crédité pour des prix ?
- Comment seront partagé les revenus (si tu es suffisament chanceux pour en avoir) ?
2. Put agreements in writing, including:
- The goal(s) of the partnership.
- The reporting/publication plan.
- Assigned tasks and deadlines.• Agreements about resources.
- Agreements reached throughout the process.
3. Assign a project manager, distinct from an editor, who manages the
organizational aspects of the collaboration. This manager sets up a group
email, arranges meetings and agendas, tracks the activities of each
organization and stays on top of tasks.
4. Determine a process for sharing information: sources, documents, data.
5. Discuss how you will work with sources:
- How will you keep track of who has talked to whom?
- How will you represent the project and the news organizations involved?
- Who is the primary contact for each source?
- How will you coordinate interviews?
- How will you handle off-the-record sources and information?
6. Understand the mediums that your partners are working in and what they
require to produce their story.
7. Understand your partners’ organizational culture, structure and publishing
requirements/limitations.
8. Focus on teambuilding and fostering communication and leadership skills
within your organization.
Collective Work is a project of the Investigative Reporting Program at U.C. Berkeley’s
Graduate School of Journalism and funded by the John S. and James L. Knight
Foundation.
Copyright 2012, The University of California at Berkeley.
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