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GNI Training: Digital journalism skills SYDNEY
17 May @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm AESTFree
GNI Training: Digital journalism skills
Tools: Reverse Visual Search, Factcheck Explorer, Geolocation, Earth, Street View
Google News Initiative digital workshops are back for another year! Join us for the first of 12 sessions in the Sydney CBD.
One of the biggest challenges facing all news organisations today is distinguishing what is real. From identifying altered imagery and manipulated video to identifying and stopping the spread of falsehoods this session will examine the full range of misinformation, disinformation and outright lies that circulate.
This 1.5 hour training course is the first of a series of 12 workshops introducing techniques for digital verification and data journalism. The first session will run in the Sydney CBD by trainer Mridula Amin who will introduce you to a suite of Google and non-Google tools to help you become an expert verifier.
The training session will run from 11:00am-12:30pm and a light lunch will be served afterwards giving you the opportunity to network with colleagues.
Date: Tuesday, May 17, 2022
Time: 11.00am – 1.00pm
Venue: Dexus Place, 1 Margaret St, Sydney
Bring: Your own laptop and charger
This event is FREE however spots are limited and registration is essential to secure your place.
Meet your trainer
Mridula Amin is Google News Lab’s Teaching Fellow for Australia and New Zealand. She works with newsrooms across the region to train journalists in the latest innovative digital storytelling tools. Mridula has worked as a Reporter and Photojournalist with the ABC in the Sydney newsroom. She has received three Young Walkley awards for her long-form feature and visual work and was named the 2021 Walkleys Young Australian Journalist of the Year. Mridula has created visual stories for international publications including The New York Times, National Geographic, The Wall Street Journal and Washington Post.
Learn more about the Google News Initiative. The event is sponsored by Google and managed by the Walkley Foundation.