March 21 - March 25, 2005
University of California, Berkeley/Graduate School of Journalism
Five days of intense hands-on instruction on how to do multimedia stories for the Web, including filming with digital video cameras; doing storyboards, stand-ups, voiceovers and other broadcast techniques; capturing video, audio and still photos; digital video and photo editing; Web page creation and multimedia Web site design.
What fellows have to say about past seminars:
"The presenters, especially the demographers, were very impressive. The demographers all had great credentials and certainly delivered outstanding material. The sessions, I hope, will greatly improve the work that my colleagues and I will be able to do with future Census releases. I will strongly recommend for colleagues to apply to appropriate conferences in the future. The repeated emphasis on going beyond summary numbers to examine the underlying dynamic was valuable as a way to start thinking more deeply about stories coming from the numbers."
- Todd Nelson, St. Paul Pioneer Press