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  1. Know Before You Go (to HR)

    By Heather Bryant

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    Knowing what HR can and can’t help you with—and what your rights are—will help you navigate the process.

  2. Democracy Depends on How We Archive and Share Data

    By Mar Cabra

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    What we do with data and documents after our reporting is done has a significant effect on the health of our democracies, says Mar Cabra, former head of the ICIJ Data & Research Unit.

  3. The Work We Do Tells Amazing People That They Do Not Belong

    By Sydette Harry and Erin Kissane

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    With SRCCON:WORK just getting underway, here’s our Q&A with our opening speaker, Sydette Harry of the Coral Project and the Mozilla Foundation. Sydette spoke this morning about journalism’s inclination to skip the critical questions about diversity and representation.

  4. Mental Health Strategies for the Non-Invincible Newsroom

    By Erin Brown and Erin Kissane

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    SRCCON:WORK is coming up fast. In the run-up to the event, we’re publishing short interviews with the nine people selected to give talks to frame the participatory sections at the heart of the conference.

  5. Building Collaboration Without Surveillance

    By Mandy Brown and Erin Kissane

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    SRCCON:WORK is coming up fast. In the run-up to the event, we’re publishing short interviews with the nine people selected to give talks to frame the participatory sections at the heart of the conference. Here’s our Q&A; with Mandy Brown.

  6. Changing Newsrooms from the Ground Up and the Top Down

    By Erin Kissane and Jessica Morrison

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    SRCCON:WORK is coming up fast. In the run-up to the event, we’re publishing short interviews with the nine people selected to give talks to frame the participatory sections at the heart of the conference.

  7. What Mentorship Means and Why It’s Magic, Pt. 2

    By Erin Kissane and David Yee

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    SRCCON:WORK is coming up fast. In the run-up to the event, we’re publishing short interviews with the nine people selected to give talks to frame the participatory sections at the heart of the conference. Here’s our Q&A with David Yee.

  8. What Mentorship Means and Why It’s Magic

    By Erin Kissane and Nicole Zhu

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    SRCCON:WORK is coming up fast. In the run-up to the event, we’re publishing short interviews with the nine people selected to give talks to frame the participatory sections at the heart of the conference. Here’s our Q&A; with Nicole Zhu.

  9. A Blind Application Process Might Be Easier Than You Think

    By Lindsay Muscato and Sisi Wei

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    SRCCON:WORK is coming up fast. In the run-up to the event, we’re publishing short interviews with the nine people selected to give talks to frame the participatory sections at the heart of the conference. First up is ProPublica’s Sisi Wei, who will speak about blind hiring processes

  10. You’re Perfect, We Can’t Hire You

    By Erin Kissane and Disha Raychaudhuri

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    SRCCON:WORK is coming up fast. In the run-up to the event, we’re publishing short interviews with the nine people selected to give talks to frame the participatory sections at the heart of the conference. Here’s our Q&A; with Disha Raychaudhuri.

  11. Text, Audio, and Meaning: Lessons from TextAV

    By Molly Schwartz

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    A look back at a three-day working group on how captions and transcripts can improve the audio and video production process.

  12. Event Roundup, Oct 5

    By Erika Owens

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    The Global Investigative Journalism Conference comes to Norway this week, plus meetups and trainings around the world.

  13. Event Roundup, July 20

    By Erika Owens

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    Chat with OpenNews this week about Knight-Mozilla Fellowships, or apply for the HBCU fellowship to ONA.

  14. Event Roundup, July 13

    By Erika Owens

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    Media Factory bootcamps continue this week, with Knight-Mozilla Fellowship alum Sonya Song in Lima.

  15. Event Roundup, July 6

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    The third Hacking Journalism event is in DC this weekend, plus a data visualization workshop in Pittsburgh, and Hacks/Hackers meetups around the world.

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