Course Code: JN17.1
Term: Self Paced
Open for Enrollment
With this course, you will learn how the key ethical principles that guide journalism are as relevant as ever when working with data. What this course will teach you is how to overcome some of the new challenges that arise when producing a piece of work derived and based on data. It will provide you with the tools to begin to critically reflect on your work, in particular when thinking about data sources, collection, analysis and the visualization of the data. It will also encourage you to put your audience at the heart of your work.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
In this course you will learn to take into account ethical considerations at each of the different stages of data journalism. The course will look at the following:
MEET YOUR INSTRUCTORS:
Aidan White, your course instructor, is the former Director of the Ethical Journalism Network, a global coalition of major media professional groups which promotes ethics, good governance and self-regulation of journalism across all platforms of media.
An experienced team of experts is joining Aidan, including:
There are several practical exercises throughout the course, which you can complete within 2 hours.
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The Ethical Data Journalist