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Join us for four days of inspiration, learning and networking!
Saturday, May 18 • 16:30 - 17:45
We are in this together: Making your local audience give you a hand

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Sometimes, the data is out there, somewhere. Sometimes it is not. In such occasions, wouldn't it be great if you could ask thousands of people from your audience (and outside of it) for information regarding a story for which you need individual data points? There are quite a few free and open source platforms and tools that can help when it comes to crowdsourcing data and information. In this session, we will hear about some of those platforms and tools: CrowdNewsroom (developed by German investigative non-profit Correctiv), Taskforce (developed by the Journalism++ network) and OpenSchufa (developed by Berlin-based research and advocacy organisation AlgorithmWatch). Come and learn how to conduct your own crowdsourced investigation!

Speakers
avatar for Anne-Lise Bouyer

Anne-Lise Bouyer

Tech & data team lead, CORRECTIV
Anne-Lise heads the technical & data team at the nonprofit investigative newsroom CORRECTIV . Prior to that, she co-founded Journalism++, an agency for data-driven storytelling where she where she worked for 4 years as a project manager and coordinated the Migrants' Files project... Read More →
avatar for Ricardo Lafuente

Ricardo Lafuente

Editor & Data Architect, J++
Designer with a passion for code, data, civic tech and free/open source software.Interested in information design, crowdsourcing tools, novel uses of messaging and Python everything.
avatar for Lorenz Matzat

Lorenz Matzat

Co-Founder, AlgorithmWatch
Lorenz Matzat is a journalist and software entrepeneur in Berlin with a focus on local journalism, maps, algorithmic accountability and interactive applications.


Saturday May 18, 2019 16:30 - 17:45
C3.18

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