Blog posts in "Technology Training"
Help kdmcBerkeley envision the future. Share with us your thoughts on how we can help you become a better storyteller in the rapidly evolving digital landscape.
The June 10-21 Multimedia Institute is an intensive multi-platform training program designed to equip journalists, educators and other professionals with skills in visual storytelling, data visualization and social media.
Visual communications expert Alberto Cairo shares his slideshow presentation on the art of infographics.
Journalists, technologists and civic leaders talk trends and implications for the future of data journalism.
Data Symposium at kdmcBerkeley-transforming the way we tell stories with data. For data journalists, non-profits interested in new ideas for communicating information, and higher education professionals.
We are bringing world class digital training straight to you. And, yep, it’s FREE.
Join our spring Visualizing Data Workshop Series.
How can television and radio stations effectively adapt their content for the web, especially new mobile platforms? We can help.
Journalists, educators and media professionals can all benefit from video storytelling skills. We’re not talking Oscar-worthy filmmaking here. Just the ability to shoot, edit and present compelling video content. We can help.
Social media marketing expert TJ Kelly has worked with some of the biggest clients in the world (eBay, HP, Charles Schwab). Here he shows journalists, educators and public affairs experts how to use the same strategies to engage their communities.
Data is beautiful. Skeptical? Check out the finalists for the first Information is Beautiful Awards.
Under the tutelage of Richard Koci-Hernandez, frequent kdmcBerkeley presenter and Assistant Professor at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, a small group of students enrolled in an eight week mobile reporting course last spring.
Check out his mobile reporting field guide:
There is a small war brewing in the multimedia journalism world between Flash and HTML5, and I'm not sure where things will end up.
The KDMC at UC Berkeley is offering a customized visual storytelling workshop to train journalists on new ways to process data from the 2010 Census. Fellows will illustrate the information using visualization and mapping tools to create a clearer, more meaningful picture of the complex statistics gathered in the national survey.
In this intensive six-day workshop, you will learn to ...
Hacks/Hackers Unite is bringing together journalists and media makers with hackers and designers this weekend to build the killer media app for the iPad and other tablet devices.
The focus for the first Hacks/Hackers Unite event, produced in partnership with KQED and co-sponsored by the Knight Digital Media Center at UC Berkeley, will be to push the boundaries ...
The Knight Digital Media Center in partnership with USC Annenberg School for Communication, the Center for Communication Leadership and the Online Journalism Review is accepting applications for its special News Entrepreneur Boot Camp to be held May 16-21, 2009, in Los Angeles.
Free is good. If you've never tried using a teleprompter, this is an easy—and private—way to practice.
The New Media Lecture Series is part of a week-long multimedia training workshop for mid-career journalists sponsored by the Knight Digital Media Center. Industry experts speak throughout the week on the intersection of journalism and technology. Tune in for live webcasts or return later for archived versions.