Visualizing COVID–19 Data with JavaScript, Observable, Vega; free to any journalist, student

The Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute at the University of Missouri is offering an online, two-day workshop on data journalism and offering to any journalist, students included. The webinar is free but you do have to register. In this workshop, participants will learn how to do data journalism in Observable, a fast, free, cutting-edge coding environment that has taken the […]

Photographers are being called on to stop showing protesters’ faces. Should they?

For many, the argument is about rights vs. responsibilities From https://www.poynter.org/ethics-trust/2020/should-journalists-show-protesters-faces/ By Eliana Miller and Nicole Asbury Photographs of protests are everywhere, from the news to your social media feed. But there’s a growing movement that calls for journalists and citizens to blur or not show protesters’ faces. So what should visual journalists do? Legally, there’s no question — when protesters are in public […]