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ONADC - Poll follow-up, dCamp and more in May and June

From: Matt M.
Sent on: Wednesday, May 1, 2013 12:45 PM

Dear ONADC members,

Thanks to everyone who came out last night to hear Scott Clement of Capital Insight discuss polling. For those who missed it, there's an excellent (and free) self-directed course, Understanding and Interpreting Polls, from Poynter's News U and the American Association for Public Opinion Research you should check out.

Next up: We want to be sure you have a chance to attend the ONA dCamp, which is happening on May 11 at The Washington Post. What is dCamp? It's a chance to learn news design with a diverse group of collaborators led by top experts. Find out much more here. You do need to apply so the organizers can put you in a group to make the most of the day. The deadline for that application is Friday, so don't delay.

We also are looking at two other events in May to help you network and learn.

One will be a social night at a local pub, organized by volunteer coordinator extraordinaire Jessica Estepa. She will do an invitation for that separately. It's on-your-own-drinks, which is a good chance to just talk to other ONADCers without any sort of set program. Mix and mingle. We know you're good at that.

The other event will be a late-in-the-month meetup on May 30 at start-up hub 1776, which recently opened its campus a few blocks from the White House. Thanks to ONADC regular Anton Gelman, the CEO of, for suggesting and organizing. Registration for that meetup will open very soon.

And, of course, we'll be back in June with our regular meetup schedule. The fine folks at The Chronicle of Higher Education will be the hosts, and we'll update you when registration opens for the June meetup.

Whew. That's a lot. Thanks for reading this far ... We hope to see many of you soon at one of these great events!

Tiffany and Matt

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