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Home > Journalism Training > Covering and Protecting Your Elections > Morgantown, W.Va., October 19

Covering and Protecting Your Elections
Morgantown, W.Va.
October 19

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


The Details

When
October 19, 1-5 p.m.

Where
Martin Hall, Room 205
1511 University Ave.
West Virginia University
Map/directions

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

1 p.m.
Introduction, Agenda & Overview

1:20 p.m.
Data Journalism

2:45 p.m.
Safety & Security

3:30 p.m.
Verification & Fact Checking

4:35 p.m.
Ethics & Elections

5 p.m.
Online Resources & Wrap-up


Meet the Trainers

Mike Reilley

Mike Reilley (@journtoolbox) is a visiting professor in data journalism and digital journalism at the University of Illinois-Chicago and consults with national media organizations on digital innovation. A former reporter at the LA Times and web editor at the Chicago Tribune, Mike has been a faculty member at Northwestern University, Arizona State University and DePaul University, training thousands of young journalists on web development.

Samantha Sunne

Samantha Sunne (@samanthasunne) is a freelance reporter based in New Orleans, where she runs a journalism/tech group called Hacks/Hackers. She also teaches journalists to utilize data and technology, and publishes a weekly newsletter called "Tools for Reporters."


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