[okfn-it] Fwd: Wrapup: International Journalism Festival in Perugia

Francesca De Chiara francesca.dechiara a gmail.com
Ven 3 Maggio 2013 12:08:40 UTC


Hi Lucy!
Terrific!

Well done and thank you. I wasn't in Perugia so I've really appreciated you
shared the material.
I'm also keen on translating some stuff, just waiting to find more time to
make it.
If someone want to join me I'll be very glad.

I hope to be more available in the next days.

Cheers from Trento :)


Francesca


On Thu, May 2, 2013 at 1:40 AM, Lucy Chambers <lucy.chambers a okfn.org>wrote:

> Hello all,
>
> I would like to thank Italy for welcoming the Open Knowledge Foundation
> and the European Journalism Centre to run the second version of the School
> of Data Journalism.
>
> We had a couple of requests for the materials to be translated into
> Italian - so just wanted to drop the list a line to see whether there were
> any people who would be keen to make a team to translate them? More
> information below!
>
> Please drop me a line if you have any questions at all :)
>
> Lucy
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Lucy Chambers <lucy.chambers a okfn.org>
> Date: 1 May 2013 23:30
> Subject: Wrapup: International Journalism Festival in Perugia
> To: school-of-data-announce a lists.okfn.org
>
>
>  Howdy: School of Data'ers
>
> I promised you a bumper update from the School of Data Journalism in
> Perugia, so here it is!
>
> Note: We believe it is really important to bring these materials to people
> in their own language and a few participants of the workshops have already
> asked us to subtitle the workshop material into Italian. We need your help!
>
> *## Videos, Materials and Slides now online *
>
> Panel Discussions
>
>    - Panel 1: The State of Data Journalism in 2013<http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTFPrQzcKUk&list=PLKD4nfGTHZ_OnQhdcF2wRHcXnsmesiGGR&index=2>
>    - Panel 2: Data and Investigations: Collaborating Across Borders<http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jEuc_BRpaxg&list=PLKD4nfGTHZ_OnQhdcF2wRHcXnsmesiGGR>
>    - Panel 3: Data Journalism in Southern Europe<http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sf9WYGculPQ&list=PLKD4nfGTHZ_OnQhdcF2wRHcXnsmesiGGR>
>    - Panel 4: Covering Emergencies in the Age of Big Data<http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ngFH-8QeXs&list=UUlUtH75j6Bd7_Ty17jHVDPg&index=79>
>
> Workshops
>
>    - Workshop 1: Excel for Journalists<http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_Dx5A44hug>,
>    with Steve Doig
>    - Workshop 2: Social network analysis for journalists using the
>    Twitter API<http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uEFbdGlSAfQ&list=UUlUtH75j6Bd7_Ty17jHVDPg&index=155>
>    - Workshop 3: Making visualisations – a survival guide<http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PryBX2CZ2wQ&list=UUlUtH75j6Bd7_Ty17jHVDPg&index=109>
>    - Workshop 4: Data visualisation, maps and timelines on a shoestring<http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ySOdzioehs&list=UUlUtH75j6Bd7_Ty17jHVDPg&index=40>
>
> *## Help us translate the materials into other languages *
>
> We wanted to test the water to see whether there was demand to translate
> these materials into other languages.
>
> There is a great tool to allow community-based translations of video
> materials - Amara.
>
> Interested in helping us to translate? Read on:
>
>    - Look at the spreadsheet here: http://bit.ly/YfcZhf - we've filled in
>    the language column with Italian - but others are welcome to translate into
>    other languages.
>    - Pick the video you would like to start translating - click on the
>    link to it in column c to go to the Amara column and click the link. Create
>    an Amara account.
>    - Coming back to the spreadsheet - Write your name and email address
>    in the column you would like to volunteer for. You can either volunteer to:
>    a) Do stage one - subtitle into English (you need to do this before you can
>    translate into other languages to get the timing right.) b) Translate the
>    English subtitles into another language.
>    - Of course - you may volunteer to do all of the translation - but
>    these are 90 mins long, so you may want to work as a team! If you don't
>    want to do the whole video - write how much time (e.g. up to 45:00 of the
>    video) you are volunteering for in column I- and then the next person can
>    take the baton from there.
>
> *Note: it is possible that the text on some of these presentations is too
> small to read in the screen versions :( We'd recommend watching the
> presentation through yourself first to decide whether the subtitles
> (together with the tutorials) would give enough information be worth the
> effort. Luckily - Workshop 3 uses large text - so that one is good and
> clear! Perhaps start with that :) *
>
> That's all for now, we'll resume the roundups as normal from next week!
>
> Take care,
>
> Lucy
>
>
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