Welcome to the Knight Center’s trilingual Distance Learning program!
Since 2003, our program has trained more than 80,000 journalists from around the world on a variety of topics that include data visualization, news design, social media analytics, investigative reporting, math for journalists and many others. Our short courses last from four to eight weeks. They are conducted completely online and taught by some of the most respected, experienced journalists and journalism trainers in the Americas. The courses take full advantage of multimedia, featuring video lectures, chats, discussion forums, audio slideshows, self-paced quizzes, and other collaborative learning technologies. Our expert instructors and cutting-edge platform provide a quality learning experience for the journalist who seeks to improve and/or gain new knowledge or skills for the 21st century newsroom.
Please visit this section of our website often. We post our new course offerings here, and our application process takes place entirely online. We hope you will consider applying for an upcoming course, and that we will see you soon in the virtual classroom!
Knight Center celebrates 4th anniversary of world's first journalism MOOC program; 85,000 people reached so far
The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas is celebrating the fourth anniversary of its program of massive open online courses (MOOCs), the first in the world specializing in journalism.
On Oct. 28, 2012, we launched our first MOOC, “Introduction to Infographics and Data Visualization” with the idea of expanding the reach of the Knight Center's pioneering distance learning program created in 2003. Read more »
Looking to start a podcast? Register for this free online course and spread your stories to ears across the globe
Podcasting is having its heyday. The medium allows for users around the world to tune into their favorite programs, on topics ranging from fantasy football to foreign policy, at any time of the day or night. Read more »
Entrepreneurial journalism: sign up for free online course in Spanish on how to monetize and manage digital media
Faced with the crisis of the traditional newspaper industry and thanks to the opportunities offered by digital technologies, new media outlets proliferate on the internet. However, journalist-entrepreneurs face many challenges in their attempts to achieve financial sustainability with digital native media. Read more »
Students of video course from ANJ and the Knight Center receive training at YouTube Space in São Paulo
Fifteen students selected from the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) in Portuguese, “News video production for the internet,” participated in a training event at YouTube Space in São Paulo on Aug. 31. The students attended a special workshop on video production taught by YouTube staff. Read more »
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