The following 9 abstracts were among the presented research projects at the NODA Academic Track on January 27th 2017.

 

Mapping the future: news, data and automation in the Nordic region by Carl-Gustav Lindén

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Taking it in – Integrating data journalism into educational practices by Niina Uusitalo, Auli Harju, Ari Heinonen, Olli Pietiläinen, Satu Seppä & Esa Sirkkunen

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Turning data into journalism – A qualitative study of justification strategies and epistemology in Danish data journalism by Boy Repenning

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What Makes a Winning Data Story? By Bahareh R. Heravi & Adegboyega Ojoby

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Big Data, Big Problem?: Liability of automated „journalists” under the defamation law in the context of data journalism by Paulina E. Sikorska

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Learning web documentary and data journalism through lab-based collaborative situations by Ana Sanchez Laws & Tormod Utne

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When Numbers Define the Story by Kristoffer Veggerby

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New forms of digital storytelling: Collaborative learning and students entering the newsroom by Ivar John Erdal

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Designing a locative radio medium addressing headphone listeners by Jon Hoem

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