The Journalism Interactive Conference is taking place today and tomorrow at the University of Missouri. It’s an annual conference with the aim of improving journalism education. They have a series of sessions being streamed from Vivian Schiller speaking about what it means to be a news organization in the digital age to Friday afternoon’s Teach-A-Thon where 11 instructors will be presenting creative strategies and tools for teaching digital journalism in seven-minute sessions.
I’ll actually be presenting a session during that time called “Snapchat and its place in the newsroom.”
You can find the full lineup of streamed sessions here.
You can register to watch the streams here.
Tune in and enjoy.