ONA welcomes BBC’s Steve Herrmann, new International Board appointee ONA is delighted to announce the appointment of Steve Herrmann, Editor of BBC News Online, who joined the Board in January as our international … Read More.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Associated Press and Google today announced the second recipients of a national scholarship program targeted at college students whose innovative projects exemplify the new journalist in … Read More.
This is one in a series of blog posts from the first ONA class of AP-Google Journalism and Technology Scholars describing their experiences, projects and sharing their knowledge with the … Read More.
With less than two months to go until I graduate from the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, I’ve been looking back at my experience over the past two years. … Read More.
Forget the saying. Jacks-and-Jills-of-all-trades are, in fact, masters of one: the agile education. The ability to learn quickly is obviously helpful in all contexts, but it is becoming essential in … Read More.
Bill Grueskin, the Columbia J-School dean of academic affairs, spoke to a full house at the Atlanta Press Club, Tuesday, March 19. In his 30 minute remarks, he contrasted the experience of two reporters at premier newspapers with social media and lessons for others.
Here’s a quick shot of the BBC’s floor plan from @bbcsteveh‘s #newsroomdesign presentation at #ONA twitter.com/saila/status/2… — Craig Saila (@saila) September 22, 2012 As a programmer-journalist studying journalism/computer science, I’ve … Read More.
There’s nothing less funny than listening to a journalism professor joking that we’re all in this field because we can’t do math. Some of the best journalism being done today … Read More.
Here, I’ll say it: It is possible for a journalist with zero background in code to become a coder. When you look at a page of code with no understanding … Read More.
A year ago I built the above atrocity for a class project. We were learning how to use a 3-D software program. For some reason I decided it would be … Read More.