Last week, my colleague Robert Gutounig and I attended the Dubrovnik Media Days in Croatia to present a paper on which we have been working on in the past months together with Michael Oppermann: A structured literature review on workflows in data-driven journalism.
Data driven journalism
In Graz at the Institute of Journalism and Public Relations more and more of our students want to learn how to report and communicate with data. Also, we work on a few research projects that fall under this theme. Therefore my colleague Thomas and I decided to start a blog that brings the different initiatives together under one roof. Named after the pioneering online publication at the Guardian, we call it the Datablog.
FH Joanneum’s Datablog occasionally publishes text and news about data journalism and related topics such as open data or freedom of information. It also serves as a public practice site where the students will experiment with new formats and publish their findings about data journalism. The blog will be a publication channel for our classes and research projects. Most of it will be in German.
The student projects of last year’s data journalism class are already online, more content will follow in the next weeks. Check it out: