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Resource ID: #824
Subject: 72
Source: 2198Meredith Broussard, Brant Houston
Affiliation: New York University, University of Illinois
Date: 2016

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What works best when teaching college-level computer-assisted reporting or data journalism courses? Find out in this session featuring a series of 5-minute lightning talks dedicated to teaching students how to use data in journalism. Instructors will highlight successful approaches, best teaching techniques, data for students, and more. The following talks will be included:

*Meredith Broussard, New York University - Professor Sysadmin: How to privately publish problem sets in data journalism classes
*Danielle Cervantes, Point Loma Nazarene University - Le Morte d'Arthur: Or How I Used the Sudden Death of My Dog to Teach Backgrounding with Data and Docs
*Steve Doig, ASU Walter Cronkite School of Journalism - Hunting for data easter eggs
*Aimee Edmondson, Ohio University - Keeping the zombies out of my classroom: Data for the college crowd
*Jeff Kelly Lowenstein, Columbia College Chicago - Teaching students through their stomachs
*Scott Klein, ProPubica - Make it stick with quizzes
*Christian McDonald, Austin American-Statesman - Regular expressions
*Matt Waite, University of Nebraska-Lincoln - Python/Jupyter Notebooks/Agate as the tool chain we really need

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