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1. IdeaJamming: The Future of Computational Journalism - An Interactive BrainGame
2. How to scale social media across teams, newsrooms and entire organizations
3. I've made a huge mistake: Lessons in engaging your community of readers
4. Big, Bad, Beautiful Data
5. Reinventing the crime beat for the digital age
6. Viz it! Routinely visualizing local data for community engagement
7. The Membership Model: Creating a Membership Experience for News Audiences
8. Mobilizing masses: What journalists can learn from the SOPA call to action.
9. Data Journalism for Beginners
10. DEBATE: The newsroom and the responsibilities of Citizen Journalism
11. Visualizing and analyzing map data using Open Source Tools
12. The evolving role of real-time video in digital news: A bicostal ONA-SPJ-RTDNA conversation conducted using Google Hangout
13. Let's Make Mistakes, Just This Once
14. Beyond the Screen: How online news startups use offline strategies to grow local audiences
15. You Have One Minute: Behind the scenes of Web hit "Who Knew"
16. Playing by different rules: Keeping a small staff in the big game
17. Beyond SOPA: Critical Policy Debates Shaping the Future of News
18. Finding value in newsroom plasma screen communication
19. Workflow: How to keep up with it all
20. Freedom of Information Act and Newsgathering
21. All Politics Is Local
22. Map graphics for video
23. Making News Personal
24. Is having a life compatible with being a digital-first journalist?
25. Data in Motion - Turning Your Numbers into a Video Visualization
26. Online and Under Arrest: Threats to Digital Journalists Covering Conflict
27. From Print to Online Video: A Newsroom Transformation
29. Socializing the News
30. Building multimedia audience
31. An ethical guide to using new digital tools for journalism
32. Different media, different needs
33. Copyright: The line between "Yours" | "Mine" | "Everyones"
34. PBS News Hour Reporting Labs Build Informed, Engaged Digital Citizens
35. Do you OpenGraph?
36. Agile for Journalists
37. The World is Watching: Netizens Around the World
38. In it for the Lawlz: How humor and silliness can help your news website
39. Making interactive storytelling open: democratizing data journalism with the Miso project
40. Global crossover: reaching out to complex societies and audiences
41. Measuring Impact and Defining Success
42. Who cares about data anyway?
43. Design Is How It Works
44. Online news startups: Where are the women?
45. Reaping the benefits of social media: A practical training plan for your newsroom
46. Be More Than a Twitter Monkey: Leveraging Social Media Skills to Grow Your Career
47. New Visual Storytelling UX/UI
48. What to Believe? Challenges & Opportunities Created by the Internet & Digital Media
49. Winning with Newsgames
50. Activating Your Audience with Illustrated Journalism
51. React & Adapt: The New Newsroom Strategy
52. The Story on Storify: How to get great results in the classroom and the newsroom - and beyond
53. What We Learned Reporting at Occupy
54. We have iPhones, do we need journalists as well?
55. Social media skepticism from social media professionals
56. Games For Good
57. Election 2012 and the fight for the internet
58. When Did Data Get So Sexy?
59. DEBATE: Is social media the new front line?
60. Inclusify Your Content
61. Data journalism as an act of product development
62. Telling Stories with Twitter
63. 5 dirt-cheap tools to turbo-charge your reporting
64. Social Media Strategy: Beyond the Basics
65. Re-imagining Public Radio
66. WORKSHOP: The art of the tweet: 10 tips for crafting engaging Twitter updates
67. The rise of digital NPR
68. Video on the Fast Track: A practical workshop
69. Assigning targets in monetary terms or more traditional web metrics?
70. Intelligent Programming in the Digital Space
71. Time Out! Lessons From A Commenting Shutdown
72. The Art of Live Reporting: How To Tell A Story In Real Time
73. Social Journalism
74. 10 top tips on how to make great interactive and data vis content
75. Drones for Journalism
76. Why News Organizations are becoming Tech Startups
77. Meet NPR's Personas
78. Fill Out This Form: Digital tools and outreach tactics to diversify your sources
79. From the classroom to the newsroom: Learning from J-School hyperlocals
80. Digital Killed the TV Star
81. The community is your newsroom: Where engagement meets editorial integrity
82. Storytelling across platforms: Integrating TV, desktop, devices, social and more
83. Tools, Tips and Strategies for Online Corrections and Combating Misinformation
84. One size fits all: Creating content for responsive sites
85. The Tablet Touch: Best Practices in Tablet News App Design, Development and Operation
86. One Story, One Bazillion Platforms
87. Bridging the Digital Divide
88. Breaking news with social media: When to go where
89. The Future of Interactive Charts and Graphs
90. The triumphs and trials of designing interactive content
91. The first Latino Internet Boom
92. Better ways to measure journalism
93. A Transmedia Approach to News
94. Election Confection: sweet and easy tools and tips for covering the vote
95. Reductive Design
96. From big to small: covering Occupy Oakland on rhe ground
97. Big things with small budgets and audiences: Social media by and for local news organizations
98. Writing for mobile
99. Solutions Journalism
100. Virtual collaboration: working in networked newsrooms
101. DEVELOPMENT OF ONLINE MEDIA AT BALKAN REGION
102. Ethics on Twitter: Navigating the Challenges
103. Newsroom convergence is not all it's cracked up to be: technical & cultural lessons learned
104. Social Media and the 2012 Presidential Election
106. How two free data tools will change your storytelling forever
107. DEBATE: Ethics and standards in UGC and Citizen Journalism
108. Data viz made accessible: Best tools for the job
109. How trolls make journalism smarter: Adventures in open journalism
110. Fair Use; Journalists' Friend or Foe?
111. Democratizing data inside the newsroom
112. Journopreneurs. Don't hate, join!
113. Using Social Media for Real-Time and Investigative Reporting
114. How to talk to programmers
115. Next Step Journalism
116. Surviving your employer's (or client's) social-media policy
117. The e-com'newsity phenomenon: How e-commerce & community will drive news needs in the future and rescue content providers
118. Let's Get Married! Are we Engaged Yet?
119. The Myth of the Backpack Journalist
120. Arts Journalism Online -- The Future
121. Save your newsroom with less than $10k
122. Time-Saver or Time-Suck: Partnering with Journalism Schools
123. Following the Money 2012
124. SOCIAL MEDIA DEBATE: Best practices vs. bad habits
125. Designing for the brain
126. Mobile video bootstrap
127. Lights... Camera... Click! How televised election coverage is going online
128. How to avoid self-fulfilling prophecies when promoting Content
129. Breaking News and Social Media 2.0
130. We're All Friends Here, Right?
131. How To Mojo
132. Computer-assisted reporting on the beat
133. Students innovating: AP/Google scholarship recipients discuss their projects and ideas around the journalism school of the future
134. #NOFILTER: How social photography is changing news and journalism
135. The Business of Freelancing
136. How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Paywall
137. 10 Tech Trends for 2012
138. Labels, Sources, and Disclosure
139. What it takes to start a hyperlocal newssite
140. Math & Science for Journalists
141. The golden age of news
142. How to Finance Meaningful Journalism
143. Community Engagement
144. "Hyperlocal scale" is not an oxymoron
145. Redesigning Social Media Distribution Systems for Larger-Scale Networks
146. Rivers and Linkblogging
147. Storytelling approaches: The lines between Stills | Video | Interactivity
148. Practical Document Mining
149. Is Curation the missing stack of the News-as-Data-Platform Model?
150. Collaborative Fundraising, Really? Really!
151. How Do You Decide What To Build?
152. Pinterest, Instagram, Google+... How newsrooms can keep up without going crazy
153. Die, Exclusivity: The Age of Collaboration
154. Talking Truth: Sourcing in the Post Politifact Age
155. Elections 2012: A precisely, calibrated plan
156. Leading cultural change from above - and below
157. Templating interactives: Building a reusable framework
158. Keeping up with technology: Learning to learn
159. Responsive storytelling
160. Streams and Beyond
161. Using new tools to get new voices in your coverage
162. Journey into "the business side"
163. From Babble to Dialogue: Giving millions their say in an election year
164. Serving mobile users: One size doesn't fit all
165. Taming spreadsheets
166. #wjchat @ ONA12 - All Q's, All As Welcomed
167. Is There a Place for Games in Journalism?
168. Big Video, Small Budget
169. Crossing divides, digitally: Using online tools to break language and cultural barriers in underrepresented and immigrant communities
170. Who owns your content?
171. Killing the Newspaper Mind
172. If you want to save journalism, you have to save advertising
173. Seriously, When Are We All Just Going to Get Along?
174. How to Attract Women, aka Ten Easy, Guaranteed Ways To Get More Female Bylines On Your Site
175. Shifting Focus: Turning your traditional print newsroom into an online video network
176. Managing the online newsroom
177. Aggregation, Curation & the Filter Economy
178. R for Exploration and Presentation
179. Going beyond engagement to actively grow your social presence
180. News Doesn't Pay. Now What?
181. Sensor Networks for Data Journalism
182. Seven Habits of Highly Effective Media Entrepreneurs
183. Interactive in 10 Minutes
184. Lessons Learned from Social Reader
185. Social Media Sleuthing
186. New directions in visual storytelling
187. Nonprofit News Business Plans
188. Preparing your Online Journalism Awards Entries
189. Are online comments worth the hassle?
190. Enterprise Journalism in the Social Media Age
191. Human-Centered News: The Next Evolution
192. Making the Leap
193. Native apps vs. web apps
194. Google analytics for site operators
195. Fishing Offshore - How to Catch the Big Story Far From Home
196. Show us yours and we'll show you ours
197. Reporting from Analytics
198. DO JOURNALISTS DREAM OF ELECTRIC SHEEP?
199. Im gonna launch my startup, no matter what! (Crash course for aspiring entrepreneurs)
200. New Revenue Generating Strategies
201. How to become "internet famous" and other insights on memes and how they relate to journalism
202. Cinematic Journalism
204. Transparency Apps
205. What Journalists Can Learn from Transmedia Documentary Projects
206. Beyond Journalism: Journalist as Facilitator
207. Developers as Storytellers
208. Explaining the World Through Song
209. The Second Screen
210. Let's Make a Deal
211. Consider the Source: Following the Money in the Post-Citizens United Landscape
212. Editorial Programming for a Mobile Audience versus a Web Audience
213. Transparency in Action: Pinpointing Influence of Money in State Politics
214. Why are so many news sites ugly, cluttered and hard to consume?
215. The Emancipation Proclamation of CMS Slavery
216. Bringing Social to Broadcast
217. Niche media, soecialized news and the social space
218. How to find a technical co-founder?
219. Evolution of Women's Sports Coverage
220. If you can't beat 'em, join 'em - Making high-profile media partnerships win
221. Photographers & Cameras: The line between Professional | Amateur
222. Bad Charts and How to Avoid Them
223. Emerging Women Leaders & Emerging Technology
224. The Art of Virality
225. Online commenting is broken - let's fix it!
226. Basic online security for journalists - and why it matters
227. Gate keepers, gate crashers: Women in digital media
228. Campaigning journalism from behind a paywall: The story of Cities safe for Cycling
229. The journalism labs: how traditional media organizations are crowd-sourcing innovation from their employees
230. Getting the community to engage with your content: what flops and what flies?