The Centre for Investigative Journalism
The Centre for Investigative Journalism

Strand Two: Digital Tools for Journalism

These days all journalists are digital journalists to some extent. However, there may be tools, techniques, and online platforms that will help make your research and fact-checking quicker, simpler and more effective, leaving you more time to get out of the office and speak to people, or to write up your findings into a compelling narrative.

This session will signpost a huge range of tools to help you search the internet more effectively, find eyewitnesses and potential sources, and follow the digital trails of fraudsters and criminals.

9 November 2019 – #CIJNewcastle Investigative Journalism

Digital tools for journalism

Tom Sanderson

Tom Sanderson is the Deputy Director of the Centre for Investigative Journalism. He joined the CIJ in 2014 as Training Coordinator and now oversees all aspects of the CIJ’s training provision and leads on the development of funded projects and initiatives.
  • 9 November 2019 14.10–16.10
Location: Room B32, Barbara Strang Teaching Centre – Newcastle University