- I spent the weekend favoriting links to resources, pictures, and other materials that I wanted to share with everyone after the conference is over. These are arranged in somewhat chronological order by session. Also some fun stuff thrown in.
First: An UBER list of links and apps shared (This. Is. Awesome.)
- — beatriz wallace (@bigmuddyheart)Fri, Apr 04 2014 22:26:49
- Eager students
From Koci Hernandez: The Future of Visual Storytelling
From Amy Webb: Top Tech Trends for Academics
From Steven King: 11 Free and Cheap Tools for Interactive Storytelling
- — Steven King (@steven_king)Fri, Apr 04 2014 17:29:3211 Free Tools for creating interactivity online. http://steven-king.tumblr.com/post/81681493844/11-free-tools-for-journalism-interactive-confrence … Feedback: https://www.onslyde.com/go/596 #jiconf
- — Noor Tagouri (@NTagouri)Fri, Apr 04 2014 18:27:31
From panel: Teaching the Social Metrics of News
Journalism Interactive highlights
Lehigh University's Department of Journalism & Communication sent nine people (4 faculty, 5 students) down to the Journalism Interactive conference from April 3-5 at the University of Maryland. We might well have been the university with the most attendees.
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