The Journalism Interactive planning committee has released the preliminary program for the 2013 conference Feb. 8-9 in Gainesville, Fla.
Registrations are still available, but J/i pricing on the hotels will end on Jan. 15.
See the complete schedule after the jump:
Eleven participants have been selected from more than 50 applicants for the 2013 Journalism Interactive Teach-A-Thon. Each participant will have seven minutes on the afternoon of Friday, Feb. 8 to present their topic.
The first Teach-A-Thon was held at the first Journalism Interactive conference in Oct. 2011 in College Park, Md.
The 2013 participants are:
Allissa Richardson, Bowie State University
Best Mobile Reporting Apps
Alysia Steele, University of Mississippi
What FCP Users Should Know About Premiere
Doug Ward, University of Kansas
iPads & Interactive Grading
Gary Kebbel, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
How to Plan a Hackathon
Jake Batsell, Southern Methodist University
Creating a Data Viz Competition
Dave Carlson, University of Florida
K3D: A New Distance Ed Tool
Marie Shanahan, University of Connecticut
Rate Your Online Reputation
Michelle Hassler, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Enterprise Reporting Through RSS & Social Media
Ginny Whitehouse, Eastern Kentucky University
Meograph for 4D Storytelling
Justin Karp, WJLA / University of Maryland
Easy Infographic Tools
Michael Humphrey, Colorado State University
Why UX Design Matters
The J/i planning committee has released an early schedule, with two full days packed with panels, keynotes, research sessions, the J/i Teach-A-Thon and Saturday afternoon, hands-on skills training .
The tentative program can be found on the program page, above.
- Reps from Circa, Quartz, Digital First Media and Now This News, on the news ecosystem
- Ten Lessons Learned in Teaching Mobile
- The Adventures and Misadventures of Student Reporting in and of the Real World
- A conversation with the folks behind the tablet eyetrack study
- Alberto Cairo and Derek Willis on data and design
- Skills Training: Adobe Premiere vs. Final Cut, Fact Checking Social Media, Mobile Tools and Mobile Reporting
The Journalism Interactive planning committee has heard your suggestions, and is pleased to announce skills training for J/i attendees the last afternoon of the conference.
We are in the process of finalizing our training topics, but want to hear what you have the desire to see/learn. Fill out the form below.
And for those of you who are attending, but may not be teaching skills course, we’ll have an alternate program, which we call “Research Speed Dating.” Stay tuned for more…
UF and Maryland announce partnership to co-host the innovative conference Feb. 8-9, 2013 in Gainesville, Fla.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. and COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Journalism Interactive 2013, a conference for educators, journalists, scholars and students to explore how journalism schools are meeting the challenge of the digital age, will be held at the University of Florida in Gainesville on Feb. 8 and 9, 2013, conference founder University of Maryland-College Park and UF announced today.