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BBC Data Journalism Day
Thursday, 5 July 2012 from 10:00 to 17:00 (BST)
London, United Kingdom
Data journalism – find out why it matters and how it’s helping investigative reporters all over the world break significant stories and hold power to account.
The College of Journalism is holding a day of seminars, lectures and debates devoted to Data. You’ll have the opportunity to learn from some of the very best in the field, including;
Aron Pilhofer, Editor Interactive News, New York Times
Paul Bradshaw, Visiting Professor, City University, London
Martin Rosenbaum, BBC News
Jonathan Stoneman, BBC College of Journalism
David Donald, Center for Public Integrity, Washington
10am - 11am
Data stories and the BBC, Bella Hurrell, Specials editor, BBC News Online
11.30am - 12.30pm
What the New York Times has been doing with Data - Aron Pilhofer
12.30pm - 1.30pm - Lunch
1.30pm - 2.30pm
Creative thinking with datasets, the view from the Center for Public Intergrity - David Donald
2.45pm - 3.45pm
New sources, new possibilities, Paul Bradshaw
4pm - 5pm
Panel discussion - What should the BBC be doing with data?
With Bella Hurrell, Paul Bradshaw, David Donald, Aron Pilhofer
10am - 11.30am
Network analysis with NodeXL - David Donald
11.30am - 1pm
What data analysis can do for you - Jonathan Stoneman
There are limited places available for the training courses. If you'd like to attend them please indicate when you register.