With the wealth of public data now available online, how do journalists navigate the vast digital space in order to find brilliant leads or make stories stack up?
This practical session will look at the latest in digital investigative journalism techniques and explore crime reporting using the internet and how to use data journalism to scrutinise the work of public authorities.
Led by Neil Macfarlane - a writer for Private Eye magazine and a senior lecturer in online journalism at the University of Sunderland.
Learn how to use digital techniques to conduct investigative journalism that scrutinises public authorities.
Who is this for?
Anyone interested in, or working in, journalism. Citizen journalists, bloggers, creative professionals, new entrants and students.