What should a course on storytelling with data consist of, according to experts?

Inholland University of Applied Sciences and Agence France Presse (AFP)  took the lead in researching the state of the art when it comes to data analysis in and for non-fiction media production, as well as in conducting a needs analysis from the perspective of the professional fields involved (creative industries, journalism) regarding the contents and the didactic form of a course to train students in media and creative industries in how to tell stories with data.

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Digitisation has changed all aspects of the news media landscape, from the way content is created, to how it is distributed and interacted with. Three phenomena shape the face and fate of news media in Europe: decreasing trust and information disorder, digitisation and changing user behaviour, and dominance of global technology and AI. They rock the foundations of the journalist profession. The State of the Art report that provides an overview of the world of data-driven storytelling in journalism and in the creative industries more broadly and of digital verification of misinformation and disinformation, more commonly known as fact-checking.

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