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Re: [hackshackersnyc] Columbia Journalism School: New Data Practices Program

From: Lola G.
Sent on: Monday, April 21, 2014 4:37 PM
Dear all,

I would like to share with you this video on Polygamy in U.S. I am using crowdfung at Vourno in order to fund journalism. I would appreciate if you could take a look, to fund or to share. The deadline is only in 15 days:
Thank you for contribute to go on doing in depth journalism,

Lola


[masked]:31 GMT+02:00 Theresa Bradley <[address removed]>:

Hello Hacks/Hackers NYC,


Columbia Journalism School is launching The Lede Program, a post-bac certification course in partnership with the Department of Computer Science that offers hands-on training in data, code, and algorithms for investigative and creative work.


Journalists, researchers, designers, policy analysts, and others with interest in the digital humanities are encouraged to apply to the “Lede-12” summer program or two-semester “Lede-24” program. No prior experience with data is required.


Students will leave with a portfolio of digital work highlighting skills in four areas:

   Computing: Master a scripting language like Python or Ruby; use code to gather, analyze, and present data

   Data and Databases: Develop computer-assisted strategies to structure, store, and share data

   Algorithms: Learn to critically analyze computation, assessing biases, omissions, and best practices

   Platform: Explore how data, code, and algorithms affect creative practices and shape lines of inquiry

For more info, see http://bit.ly/cjslede or send questions to [address removed]. Applications are rolling; scholarship aid is available. The deadline is April 27.


 


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Theresa Bradley

Assistant Director, The Lede Program

Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism

2950 Broadway, New York, NY, 10027

[masked] | [address removed]

@tbradley | @columbiajourn | @TowCenter




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