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Home > Journalism Training > Covering and Protecting Your Elections > Madison, Wisc., October 4

Covering and Protecting Your Elections
Madison, Wisc.
October 4

Tools to detect misinformation, protect yourself and your data online, and connect with voters


The Details

When
October 4, 3-7 p.m.

Where
James L. Hoyt Multimedia Classroom
Vilas 2195
Ground Floor
School of Journalism and Mass Communication
821 University Ave.
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Map/directions
Parking map [PDF]

Cost
Free

Parking Info
Coming soon

Note: The training will be hands-on, so bringing a fully-charged laptop is recommended, but not required.

Register
Follow this link to reserve your seat.

Questions?
Contact Monica Williams via email or by phone at 317-920-4786.

Can't make this event?
We're making a lot of stops around the country. See where else we're headed here.

Schedule

3 p.m.
Introduction, Agenda & Overview

3:20 p.m.
Data Journalism

4:45 p.m.
Safety & Security

5:30 p.m.
Verification & Fact Checking

6:35 p.m.
Ethics & Elections

7 p.m.
Online Resources & Wrap-up


Meet the Trainers

Andy Boyle

Andy Boyle (@andymboyle) is a writer, web developer and comedian. Before becoming the Director of Platform Architecture at Axios, Andy worked at Breaking News, the Chicago Tribune, the Boston Globe, the St. Petersburg Times, and The New York Times Regional Media Group, where his work was cited in the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News.

Dan Petty

Dan Petty (@danielpetty) is director of audience development for Digital First Media, the corporate parent of newspapers including The Denver Post, San Jose Mercury News and Orange County Register. He develops and implements strategies to help grow the company's digital audience across web, mobile, social and other third-party platforms. He previously worked for The Denver Post as a senior editor, digital director of sports and social media editor and has an extensive background in multimedia journalism.

Kathleen Bartzen Culver

Kathleen Bartzen Culver is the James E. Burgess Chair in Journalism Ethics, an assistant professor in the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Journalism & Mass Communication and director of the Center for Journalism Ethics. Long interested in the implications of digital media on journalism and public interest communication, Culver focuses on the ethical dimensions of social tools, technological advances and networked information. She combines these interests with a background in law and free expression. She also serves as visiting faculty for the Poynter Institute for Media Studies and was the founding editor of MediaShift’s education section.


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