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Resource ID: #912
Subject: 147
Source: 2199Brant Houston
Affiliation: University of Illinois
Date: 2016

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What works best when teaching college-level investigative 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 documents and data in journalism. Instructors highlight successful approaches, best teaching techniques, data for students, and more. The following speakers have been selected to present: Dianne Finch, Elon University; Dee J. Hall, Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism; Lorie Hearn, inewsource; David Herzog, IRE/NICAR; Brant Houston, University of Illinois; Courtney Mabeus, The Virginian-Pilot; Deborah Nelson, University of Maryland; Brian O'Donoghue, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Cheryl Phillips, Stanford University

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