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Investigating Off-Campus Housing: From Slumlords to Safety Violations

Across the country, the vast majority of college students live in off-campus houses and apartments. In this webinar you'll learn how to investigate landlords and safety hazards that put students at risk.
Type: Webinars
Cost: Free for members

IRE Chat: Getting the most out of interviewing from home

Fernanda Santos has been working through workarounds for interviewing with her journalism students at Arizona State University. She shares her tips on how to still get the most out of interviews and how to get to know sources, even when reporting virtually.
Type: Webinars
Cost: Free for members

How journalists can fight stress from covering COVID-19

Al Tompkins of Poynter and Sidney Tompkins, a licensed psychotherapist, have been working with newsrooms to help journalists manage traumatic stress.
Type: Webinars
Cost: Free for members

TV and radio broadcasting from home

Step inside the living rooms of veteran local TV and radio investigative reporters to see how theyve adapted to work from home.
Type: Webinars
Cost: Free for members

Fighting for open records during the COVID-19 crisis

Panelists will discuss specific records to ask for to investigate coronavirus response at all levels of government, and resources to help push back against agencies that say they cant fill requests during this crisis.
Type: Webinars
Cost: Free for members

IRE Chat: Janine Zacharia on covering disinformation

Zacharia discusses the recommendations in her new report, written with Stanford colleague Andrew Grotto, on how journalists can report on disinformation and propaganda responsibly.
Type: Webinars
Cost: Free for members

Investigating higher ed amid COVID-19

Student journalists can dig deep when covering their own campuses, especially in the wake of COVID-19. Learn how to investigate higher education with a focus on essential data and documents. Also, hear about higher ed stories that can be done in any newsroom.
Type: Webinars
Cost: Free for members

Behind the story: Covering populations vulnerable to COVID-19

Amid all the story angles of COVID-19, those marginalized in our nations history likely could be so again as data already shows them disproportionately affected by the virus. Well discuss covering communities of color, the elderly, immigrants and the undocumented, as well as those in prison and jail and others who work in those facilities.
Type: Webinars
Cost: Free for members

So you manage a remote team now

With many journalists working from home, newsroom managers are having to adapt to new workflows while supervising remote teams. Learn some tips on handling the transition from folks who managed remote teams before the pandemic and from folks like you who are learning as they go.
Type: Webinars
Cost: Free for members

For students: How to best prepare for summer and beyond with or without an internship amid COVID-19

By now, students would be finalizing plans for a summer internship and looking forward to getting into their first newsroom. But due to COVID-19 concerns, students are instead seeing internship opportunities dry up altogether, or will have a very different experience likely having to work remote. Learn from experts on how to make the most out of this summer to keep you on the journalism career-bound track.
Type: Webinars
Cost: Free for members
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