SJ 2.0 Project Update

Whew! What a season for the SJ 2.0 project. We’ve come so far it’s hard to believe that it has only been a couple months [...]

The Guardian asks: Will future journalists need coding skills?

On the open web, there is an abundance of data and information in both structured and unstructured formats. Given that journalism is often about collecting and analyzing information, will learning how to manipulate that digital information with computer code become an important skill for journalists to have?

CC featured in Be the Media

Creative Commons is featured in Be The Media, which is a book marketed towards people looking to create, distribute, and engage with digital media. It features articles on how individuals are taking control of their own media production and distribution.

What is this?

Student Journalism 2.0 is a project of Creative Commons, funded by the 2009 Digital Media and Learning Competition, aimed at encouraging journalism students, teachers, and advisers to understand and apply legal and technical means to participate in 21st century journalism. The DML is administered through HASTAC (Humanities, Arts, Science and Technology Advanced Collaboratory) and funded by The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. Visit the Press page to read the original proposal and other media about the project.