Early Schedule Released

Written by Journalism Interactive. Posted in Announcements

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.

Some highlights:

  • 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

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  • BrianBaresch

    Is it really the case that if a grad student such as myself wants to go to the evening receptions he or she has to pay the full, non-student price? And where is the contact information for the conference? I feel silly asking such a basic question in a blog comment.

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