Crowdsourcing as the Ultimate Strategic Engagement

Presented at London16
March 31, 2016
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Crowdsourcing is more than harvesting content available on the social web. Mimi Onuoha, co-author of the Tow Center for Digital Journalism’s Guide to Crowdsourcing, will lead an insightful discussion about what crowdsourcing means — and, equally importantly, what it doesn’t — and how a successful effort can be folded into your newsroom’s broader audience engagement efforts.


Featuring

Tobias Dorfer
Social Media Editor, ZEIT Online
Katerina Stavroula
Freelance journalist and communications specialist
Mimi Onuoha
Fellow, Data and Society Research Institute
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