In just over 4 weeks I’ll be holding a day of workshops and industry panels for aspiring and working data journalists across the UK. Want to come?
Data Journalism UK 2016, in Birmingham on November 22, will be focusing on the latest wave of regional data journalism projects, from the data journalists at Trinity Mirror and BBC Scotland to startups like Northern Ireland’s The Detail and winners of Google Digital News Initiative funding Talk About Local’s News Engine and the Bureau of Investigative Journalism.
I’m particularly pleased to have one of the most experienced data journalists in the country, Claire Miller, speaking too.
The event will mix industry speakers and experts with practical sessions: there’ll be drop-in sessions on getting started with data journalism, an information security ‘surgery’, and some speakers have been asked to focus on practical skills too.
On top of all that, attendees will have the opportunity to nominate skills they want to learn – we’ll put on workshops for the most popular topics!
You can sign up for the event here, and tell me what sessions you want covered on Twitter @paulbradshaw
The event is being jointly sponsored by the University of Stirling and Birmingham City University.
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Reblogged this on Matthews' Blog and commented:
Oh my word! Wished I could participate in the workshop. Sadly I can’t.