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New Knight Center course in Portuguese will explore how to interview data for investigative reports; Register today

Brazil has become a force for data journalism in Latin America and around the world. The country hosts conferences dedicated to the topic, its media outlets are recognized by international awards and its journalists have created successful sites dedicated solely to the reporting approach.

Despite all this, there’s still progress to be made and databases to be explored. Read more »


News Algorithms: Sign up now for this free online course, learn about the impact of AI and automation on journalism

Newsrooms around the world are using automation to produce earnings reports, identify fact-checkable statements, and provide updates on court cases, among other functions. It’s now imperative that journalists understand the power and pitfalls of these technologies.

In the Knight Center’s upcoming free online course, students will learn about how news media are using algorithms, automation and AI to do journalism and how they can apply these tools in their own work. Read more »


Learning materials for popular online course on programming language R are now available

An online course on the complex programming language R recently ended with more than 3,300 registered students from 131 countries and all instructional materials for the course are now available. The materials are available to the general public and will act as an ongoing resource for those who are interested in learning more about R. Read more »


Sign up for a new online course on interactive data visualization for the web using D3.js

Update: Registration for this course closed on March 6, 2015, after reaching maximum capacity. We are considering offering it again in the future. Read more »


Journalists can apply now for Knight Center online course "Narrative Journalism in the Internet Era"

The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas will be offering its new online course, "Narrative Journalism in the Internet Era," from April 16 to May 20, 2012. Organized by journalist Paul Alonso, the five-week Spanish-language course includes weekly instruction led by renowned writers such as Maria Teresa Ronderos, Daniel Santoro, Julio Villanueva, Esther Vargas, and Gabriela Wiener. The application deadline is April 6, 2012. Read more »


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