Audio, slides and resources from November’s newsrewired
After hosting the 20th newsrewired event at Reuters in London last week, the Journalism.co.uk team is starting to working on the agenda for the next conference, which will take place in London on 7 March.
We will soon be announcing some topics that we plan to discuss on the day – is there anything in particular you’d like to find out more about? You can let us know on Twitter @journalismnews or @newsrewired, or get in touch via email.
In the meantime, we have collected some resources from November’s conference for those of you who couldn’t join us on the day, including speaker presentations, audio from the panels and workshops, and other relevant links.
Keynote: Reconstructing journalism, Wiki style
At our fingertips: Storytelling for mobile
From devices to communities: Connected news
Graphic novel journalism
Immersive video workshop
Open-source tools for journalists and how to use them
All hands on deck: Benefits and challenges of collaboration in the newsroom
Pop-Up Newsroom’s resources and workflows mentioned by Fergus Bell: Designing a collaborative “disaster”newsroom in an hour at ONA17, the report published after the GE2017 Pop-Up, and how they used human-centered design methods for the Documenting Hate project.
- As it happened: Open-source tools for journalists and how to use them
- Immersive storytelling for digital audiences: More speakers at newsrewired on 22 November
- Slides and audio – Building the news: In-house tools for the newsroom
- As it happened: Online investigations session
- #newsrw: How to follow news:rewired on the day