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The Adjunct Project aims to promote transparency in higher ed

TweetA new U.S. website, The Adjunct Project, is looking for data on how adjunct, or contingent, faculty are treated at institutes of higher education. The best part about this is that anyone can submit data. There’s a fairly simple form … Continue reading

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How to: Use spreadsheets to organize data

Tweet If you’re dealing with a lot of data, one way to organize it is by using a spreadsheet, such as Excel. This is especially useful if you’re interested in data journalism. But the problem for many beginners is where … Continue reading

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Links: How Seattle journalist got school censorship scoop

TweetAl Tompkins, from the Poynter Institute, an online organization focused on journalism based in the States, has posted a great Q&A with American journalist Phyllis Fletcher. She is an education reporter for a radio station in Seattle, Wa., and recently┬árevealed … Continue reading

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