Interactive Journalism and Data-Driven Reporting
Create news packages that inform your readers and also involve them as users
Congratulations on joining the journalism course that introduces you to the basics of producing interactive reporting for the web. This "computational journalism" course covers fundamental tech skills that give news media students a foundation in computer science and data science.
- Learn to conceptualize and produce content for the web by exploring sophisticated tools and digital story forms.
- Study how the news industry is adopting new tech and requiring reporters to analyze and visualize data.
- Master the most fundamental skills by learning to write HTML and CSS -- two core coding languages of the web.
- Explore all these technologies in the context of news, journalism, reporting, and objective storytelling.
This three-credit course covers the basic technical skills that serve as the foundation for your coursework in the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism's interactive curriculum.
Read the full course outline, syllabus, schedule, and other important information in this repo's wiki.
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