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Tag Archives: Derek Willis
This morning’s session on newsroom wikis featured demonstrations of several research wikis in use at papers from St. Louis, Columbus and Raleigh. MediaWiki seems to be a popular choice for newsroom wikis, in part because it’s very customizable and visually … Continue reading
Newslibbers, please forgive the shameless plug, but I wanted to give an introduction to my session next week at SLA. Somehow, the title got a little muddled, so it reads as “News Researchers: News Research in the Newsroom,” which could … Continue reading
Fixing Journalism: The Washington Post’s Derek Willis has challenged news librarians and researchers to be information technology evangelists in their newsroom, after publishing an essay on what’s wrong with journalism on his TheScoop website. The link was posted to NewsLib … Continue reading