VIDEO: JavaScript Journalism and interactivity

Some of the best interactive storytelling involves the use of JavaScript — what has sometimes been called “JavaScript Journalism“. This video, made for students on the MA in Data Journalism at Birmingham City University, explains what JavaScript journalism is, the story formats that are often created with JavaScript, some useful JavaScript libraries, and how to get started.

If you’re interested in this video you might also enjoy the previous two video posts in this series, on concepts of interactivity and on genres of interactivity.

This video is shared as part of a series of video posts.


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  1. Pingback: VIDEO: JavaScript Journalism and interactivity (Online Journalism Blog) | ResearchBuzz: Firehose

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