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SRCCON Spotlight: Sometimes I Sit and Think About Evergreen Content…
By Matt Dennewitz and Michael DonohoePosted on
A session on wrangling content, and learning from each other about how to solve common problems.
SRCCON Spotlight: Every Day I’m Juggling
By Gina Boysun, Lindsay Muscato, and Justin MyersPosted on
Gina Boysun and Justin Myers led a session at SRCCON 2016 about how to handle competing priorities and build bridges across departments.
SRCCON Spotlight: Through an iPhone Darkly
By Joe Germuska and Lindsay MuscatoPosted on
Joe Germuska’s well-loved session on science fiction gathered presenters for short talks on real and imagined futures, especially focused on prescient representations of media, culture, and interconnectivity.
SRCCON Spotlight: Accessibility in Media
By John Burn-Murdoch, Joanna S. Kao, and Erin KissanePosted on
The session on accessibility and media run by Joanna S. Kao and John Burn-Murdoch in 2016 was one of our favorites, and deals with one of those topics that hovers at the fringe of most newsroom-dev conversations.
SRCCON Spotlight: Building a Culture of Documentation
By Erin Kissane, Lauren Rabaino, and Kelsey SchererPosted on
Last year’s SRCCON participants got a lot out of Lauren Rabaino & Kelsey Scherer’s docs session, and we’ve found ourselves returning to the transcript more than once.
SRCCON Spotlight: Keeping Data Stories Human
By Erin Kissane and William Wolfe-WyliePosted on
One of the SRCCON 2016 sessions that attendees talked about most was “Keeping People at the Forefront of Data Stories,” facilitated by William Wolfe-Wylie and based on his experience working on the CBC News project, “Missing and Murdered: The Unsolved Cases of Indigenous Women and Girls.”
SRCCON Spotlight: Illustrating Investigations
By Dolly Li, Allison McCartney, and Lindsay MuscatoPosted on
Recap of the 2016 SRCCON session by Allison McCartney and Dolly Li on creating compelling visuals for abstract stories