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Daily links 09/30/2012

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September 30th, 2012 at 9:30 am

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Daily links 09/27/2012

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September 27th, 2012 at 9:30 am

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Daily links 09/26/2012

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September 26th, 2012 at 9:30 am

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Daily links 09/25/2012

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September 25th, 2012 at 9:30 am

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Daily links 09/22/2012

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  • tags: journalism data news

    • These are the days of open journalism, reporters who can use the power of the web can produce stronger, better stories. Open journalism involves the person reading and commenting on the story as much as the original reporter, and with the power to shape and influence the news they see in front of them.

      But how does that connect to data journalism? These are two segments of the same pie chart – and for data journalism to develop beyond just being the latest fad, it has to engage and involve the people reading the news as well as creating it.

  • tags: journalism students news media

    • The choice for student media is simple: Slide into irrelevancy even faster than professional media that fail to adapt, or race into the digital future and help show them the way.
  • tags: journalism content share collaboration

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       They were willing to share both kinds of knowledge, but the motivation for sharing each differed greatly. The documents and programs they shared because they considered them the property of the company. But the second kind, their experiential knowledge, they shared because they gained some personal benefit from doing so. The personal benefit, however, was not money or the promise of a promotion. According to the study, “Experts will want to contribute to coworkers who need them, who will hear them, who will respect them and who may even thank them.”

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September 22nd, 2012 at 9:30 am

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Slides from presentation about n0tice.org from the Multimedia Meets Radio Conference #mmr12

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The story  of the open journalism toolkit n0tice.org became the focus for a session at one of Europe’s big broadcast conferences that I was invited to attend this week.

The Multimedia Meets Radio event for members of the European Broadcasting Union looks at initiatives in other countries and media which could spark ideas, inspiration and innovation in radio as broadcasters move towards a more digital, engaged relationship with listeners.

This is the sideshow I presented during a session on the theme of User Generated Content and interactivity. The other speakers were Brett Spencer of BBC Radio2 and Yan Luong, social media manager at RTS. (There’s some notes from their presentations and others here under the #mmr12 tag).



n0tice.org: Creating an open journalism toolkit from Sarah Hartley

A few explanatory points to accompany the slides:

- slides 1 – 14 look at some of the thinking behind the n0tice project, its beginnings at a hack day trying to solve the problem ‘what’s happening near you’ , the general environment it operates in and again making the point that it’s a platform and not an editorial product for one publisher – a point I often find difficult to properly get across due to the fact n0tice is supported by GMG.

- slides 15 – 27 show some of the current user case studies, namely the noticeboards for bridport.n0tice.com, the Guardian’s crowdsourced investigation privatepublicspace.n0tice.com, the ability to collaborate and crowdsource  by the platform’s tagging ability eg. #yarnbomb, #streetart and finally the Northern Landscapes photography challenge.

- slides 28 – 32 gives brief details of upcoming initiatives for the n0tice team such as experimentation in augmented reality environments with Talk About Local, assisting local Uk campaigners with important community issues such as High Street renewal and finally , of course, spreading the word more widely.

If you’re interested in knowing more about the tools available at n0tice.org for your community project, news enterprise, major media organisation or whatever it is you do, please feel free to contact me.

Happy to take questions here on the blog, via email ( sarah@n0tice.com) or arrange workshops or talks with you.

 

(This blog post is cross-posted from the n0tice blog where there’s also more user case studies, how to guides and news).

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September 21st, 2012 at 7:45 am

Daily links 09/16/2012

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September 16th, 2012 at 9:31 am

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Today’s links 09/03/2012

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September 7th, 2012 at 3:14 pm

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Today’s links 08/19/2012

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September 7th, 2012 at 3:13 pm

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Today’s links 08/17/2012

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September 7th, 2012 at 3:13 pm

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