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Decoding Collaboration Part 2: News collaborations – defining impact

Looking to the future of journalism, might networked collaboration yield greater return? Asking if journalism has effectively defined this yet, there may be more than one answer.

Decoding Collaboration Part 1: Can or should news collaboration be forced?

If goals guide form, collaboration’s potential to transform journalism remains largely unrealized. Getting real about large scale impact - are smart networked efforts the future?

JA Overview: Free Press Media Reform Denver conference

JA’s panel picks, luminaries we can’t wait to meet and some of the events we’ll be checking out. What are you excited to learn about, what are your big questions?

JA Resource Q&A: The Civic Commons draws a line from online engagement to policy impact

The Civic Commons is designed as a social media environment for civil conversation and action, where the expertise of non-experts contributes to public knowledge. Moulthrop says it’s a form of journalism. “What we’re doing is bringing the public into the conversation in a way that is sophisticated, civil and productive.” The Civic Commons was conceived...

Center for Journalism Ethics, University of Wisconsin-Madison

A center to guide, examine, and encourage action, as“[u]pheavals in journalism have bequeathed to journalists a dizzying whirlpool of ethical issues.”

The Civic Commons

A community forum that can help publishers tap into local knowledge and sentiment, discover citizen journalists, and cover local issues in new ways.

Columbia Journalism Review (CJR)

Chronicling journalism for half a century, the CJR outs trends and offers analysis from a wide range of experts on the evolving, expanding field of journalism.

David Herzog's Open Missouri project delivers the state's largest independent directory of government databases, with tips to help empower citizens, journalists and communities.
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