Jen Mizgata, Justin Ellis, Jeanne Brooks, John Keefe, and Nonny de la Peña. Photo by John Keefe.
We had a blast at ONACamp at NABJ12 last week. ONACamps bring in top trainers from around the country to teach digital journalism skills and we spent the day in New Orleans marveling at the hottest tools.
Participant Jason Williams wrote on the Huffington Post that his mind was “sufficiently blown after sitting through six plus hours of journalism innovations and best practices.”
Our friends at NABJ Digital created a number of Storify posts on NABJ12, full of helpful tips and resources. Here are links to the ONACamp sessions:
The Online News Association came to the NABJ Annual Convention and Career Fair in New Orleans to offer a day of hands-on training with some of the top leaders in digital journalism. The session covered the latest in digital investigative reporting, mobile reporting, social media, audience engagement skills and and web tools. First up was Niketa Patel of CNNMoney.
http://storify.com/nabjdigital/onacamp-nabj12-social-media-as-a-reporting-tool”>Social Media as a Reporting Tool, presented by Niketa Patel, CNN Money
Mobile Newsgathering: Reporting from the Field, presented by Justin Ellis, Nieman Lab
Mostly Free Tools, presented by Kwan Booth, Oakland Local
Tumblr for Newsrooms, presented by Phoebe Connelly, Yahoo! News
Google Fusion 101, presented by John Keefe, WNYC
We’ve pulled together links to the ONACamp at NABJ12 presentations and you can see the full schedule here.