If you prefer books, here’s a list of some I’ve written or contributed to:
- The Online Journalism Handbook (with Liisa Rohumaa). There is also a blog with updates to the book, and accompanying Facebook page and Twitter feed.
- Magazine Editing (3rd Ed) (with John Morrish). There is an accompanying Facebook page.
- Scraping for Journalists. This is updated as I add new chapters week by week, which forms a series of lessons like Codecademy
- 8,000 Holes: How the 2012 Olympic Torch Relay Lost its Way (with Carol Miers). The results of a two month investigation.
- Blogs and Investigative Journalism in Investigative Journalism (2nd Ed)
- Wiki Journalism in Citizen Journalism: Global Perspectives
- Blogging Journalists: The Writing on the Wall in Web Journalism: A New Form of Citizenship?
- Anatomy of a Crowdsourced Investigation in Face The Future
Here are my lists:
- A reading list for online journalism
- 9 essential books about online journalism
- 7 non-journalism books I would recommend for journalists working online.
- Over 40 free ebooks on journalism are listed in this post.
For even more books, I maintain this online bookshop of online journalism-related books.
(If you’re in the US, you may prefer the Amazon.com version. Buying through either link generates a commission so small that I’ve never seen it.)