2019-04-4 18:00:00 2019-04-4 19:00:00 Europe/Rome Journalism education has never been under closer scrutiny. Universities, colleges and newsrooms are all pushing hard to provide reporters with the skills and methods they need to adapt and innovate in the challenging current environment. But the content of journalism training is only half the story. What are the best methods for educating journalists? In this panel you’ll learn about training approaches used in international media development sector. Projects – including Al Jazeera’s professional development support for citizen journalists, Thomson Foundation’s Journalism Now e-learning platform, and about the methods BBC Media Action uses to ensure reporters absorb and can use what they’ve learned. You’ll also get tips for improving training outcomes and scaling learning across your newsroom. Sala San Francesco, Arcivescovado - Perugia

Journalism education has never been under closer scrutiny. Universities, colleges and newsrooms are all pushing hard to provide reporters with the skills and methods they need to adapt and innovate in the challenging current environment.

But the content of journalism training is only half the story. What are the best methods for educating journalists?

In this panel you’ll learn about training approaches used in international media development sector. Projects – including Al Jazeera’s professional development support for citizen journalists, Thomson Foundation’s Journalism Now e-learning platform, and about the methods BBC Media Action uses to ensure reporters absorb and can use what they’ve learned. You’ll also get tips for improving training outcomes and scaling learning across your newsroom.