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With support from Google, the Knight Center offers a free online course in Spanish on data journalism

From July 25 to August 28, Argentine journalist Sandra Crucianelli, veteran instructor of Latin American journalists, will teach a new and revised version of her successful massive online course “Digital Tools for Data Journalism,” organized by the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas with the support of Google.

Registration is open. Click here to see the course schedule and to sign up. Read more »


Second edition of Knight Center book “Digital Tools for Journalists” now available in Portuguese

The second e-book from the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas, “Digital Tools for Journalists,” by Argentinian journalist Sandra Crucianelli, is now available in Portuguese.

The translation of the book is the result of a partnership between the Knight Center at the University of Texas at Austin and the Media Strengthening Program in Mozambique, financed by the United States government through its Agency for International Development (USAID), and implemented by IREX. Click here to download the book for free (in PDF format) from the Knight Center digital library. Read more »


"Digital Tools for Journalists": 2nd edition of Knight Center’s book in Spanish now available for free

The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas has published its most recent e-book in Spanish, the second edition of "Digital Tools for Journalists," by award-winning Argentine journalist Sandra Crucianelli. Read more »


Knight Center’s Distance Learning program offers 120 online courses in ten years

Two online learning programs offered by the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas concluded successfully last week. Journalists from 18 countries in Latin America learned how to use digital tools to improve their work in a course in Spanish, and 44 Brazilian reporters and editors participated in a course in Portuguese on data journalism. Read more »


Applications now closed for the Knight Center’s course, "Digital Tools for Journalists: from web to mobile"

Each day there are more digital tools available to help journalists with their work, but it's not always easy to find them or figure out which are the most useful. Read more »


Nearly 4,000 students in 62 countries participate in Knight Center’s MOOC "Introduction to Data Journalism"

“Introduction to Data Journalism," the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas' second Massive Open Online Course (or MOOC) in Spanish, came to an end last Friday after a one-week extension. The course, which attracted almost 4,000 students from over 60 countries, was characterized by high participation across all its platforms and generated so much interest that students requested extra time to continue exploring the course's tools and discussions. Read more »


Knight Center's MOOC "Introduction to Data Journalism" starts with 3,000 students and high participation

The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas' second Massive Open Online Course (or MOOC) in Spanish, “Introduction to Data Journalism," began on Monday, May 13 with more than 3,000 students and high participation. Registration to the course is still open. Read more »


"Introduction to Data Journalism": Register now for Knight Center's new MOOC in Spanish

After the success of its first three Massive Open and Online Courses (MOOCs), the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas will offer a fourth course, "Introduction to Data Journalism," with journalist Sandra Crucianelli, an expert in the field. Click here to register.  Read more »


"Introduction to Data Journalism": Register now for Knight Center's new MOOC in Spanish

After the success of its first three Massive Open and Online Courses (MOOCs), the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas will offer a fourth course, "Introduction to Data Journalism," with journalist Sandra Crucianelli, an expert in the field. Click here to subscribe.  Read more »

Journalists from 13 Latin American countries are trained in Hyperlocal Journalism

The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas concluded its online course, “Hyperlocal Journalism,” with a record 95 percent completion rate among its students. Award-winning, Argentinian journalist Sandra Crucianelli taught the four-week course in Spanish for the second time. She was assisted by Knight Center employee Rachel Barrera. Read more »


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