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Tool for journalists: FotoForensics, for verifying images

How to check if a photo shared on social media has been digitally altered

Posted by Catalina Albeanu on 22/02/17

10 format ideas for short-form audio storytelling

Including the 'everyman' monologue and the 'I was there' recollection

Posted by Damian Radcliffe on 13/02/17

6 tips to prepare your newsroom for live video on social media

Think beyond the live broadcast, invest in quality equipment and more advice for livestreaming on social media

Posted by Thalia Fairweather on 10/02/17

3 ways to make data visualisations and interactives work on mobile

"The value lies in the speed of delivery rather than ‘ooh, I can click on this’"

Posted by Dorien Luyckx on 09/02/17

Practise, know the limits, and more tips for taking better photos with your phone

Improve your mobile photography skills with this advice from experts around the web

Posted by Caroline Scott on 03/10/16

Data security advice for journalists from #NICAR2016

Journalists from ProPublica and NBC discuss the state of data security

Posted by Abigail Edge on 11/03/16

Tackling stress in the digital newsroom: Advice from the experts

Reducing unnecessary anxiety in the newsroom will help you create a happier work life

Posted by Caroline Scott on 29/02/16

Journalists: Your Twitter bio is your calling card

Have you made it easy for others to get to you?

Posted by John Thompson on 23/12/15

How to get that dream job in journalism: Advice from AOL’s Tim Goodchild

Research, preparation and personal branding is the key to the job you want. Check out these tips on how to write your cover letter and CV, and how to approach the interview process

Posted by Catalina Albeanu on 25/09/15

How to get started with 360-degree video

Here's how to let your audience experience a story through virtual reality

Posted by Caroline Scott on 01/09/15

How to: create stories using Storify

Curate stories from social media and elsewhere around the web

Posted by Abigail Edge on 28/10/14

How to: use Cronycle to curate Twitter and RSS

Create 'collections' to monitor news around a topic or beat

Posted by Abigail Edge on 14/05/14

How to: have a digital 'edge' as a new journalist

Advice on digital skills to stand out from the crowd

Posted by Rachel Bartlett on 09/05/14

How to: build a StoryMap to take readers on a journey

Using StoryMapJS to tell stories across geographical locations

Posted by Rachel Bartlett on 17/04/14

How to: get started in investigative journalism

What does the job entail and how do you get started?

Posted by Alastair Reid on 05/12/13

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