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Double page spread of tribute to victims.

How to report on mass murders

Curtin University, Glynn Greensmith
April 29, 2021
Producing data-driven journalism has become essential in the current industry.

Getting started in data journalism

The Junction, Laura Hooper
November 19, 2020
Style guides provide a set of rules to follow to keep language consistent within publications. (Photo by Patrick Tomasso on Unsplash)

Style Guides

The Junction, Laura Hooper
October 8, 2020
Interviewing isn't as straight forward as often expected, requiring a large degree of planning and organisation. (Source: Steve Halama on Unsplash)

Interviewing tips and tricks

The Junction, Laura Hooper
September 17, 2020
Audio recording adds more depth to reporting, but also comes with the added process of transcription. Photo by Oscar Ivan Esquivel Arteaga on Unsplash.

Transcribing interviews

The Junction, Laura Hooper
September 17, 2020
Reporting on Coronavirus - whether from your own home or out on the streets - requires reporters to adapt to a 'new set of rules'.

Resources for COVID-19 Reporting

The Junction, Laura Hooper
September 10, 2020
Often capturing your own images isn't achievable or practical. Sites such as Unsplashd provide copyright free photography for such occassions. Photo by Chang Duong sourced from Unsplash.

Guide to Copyright Free Images

The Junction, Laura Hooper
September 9, 2020
Reporting on court documents and processes requires a degree of specialist knowledge.

Reporting on the Courts

The Junction, laura Hooper
September 9, 2020
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