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  • #WPFD2016#PRESSFREEDOM

    Develop Your Reporting Skills

    DEWANPERS

    Date: 4 May 2016Time: 9.00am -5.00pmVenue: Gedung Dewan Pers (Main Hall) Jl. Kebon Sirih No. 32-34 Jakarta PusatTo register, please email your request to mk.lim@unesco.org and e.sihombing@unesco.org

    Open Data Journalism:How to use open data to your

    advantage in reporting?

    Facilitators: Code4Nation

    Jakarta Planning Agency Jakarta Smart City

    PERLUDEMTEMPO

  • WORKSHOP ON OPEN DATA JOURNALISM ON THE OCCASION OF WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY 2016HOW TO USE OPEN DATA TO YOUR ADVANTAGE IN REPORTING?

    BACKGROUNDThe concept of open data has been around for many years, promising to herald in greater transpar-ency by making data freely and easily accessible online from government spending and budget to environmental pollution index and school drop-out rates. However, the availability of reliable data, trained analysts, and data that is useful for day-to-day journalism still has a lot of room for improve-ment. Many still see data as the same as statistics and hence open data journalism must requires great statistical skills and the knowledge to use specialize software. Furthermore, journalists often feel that data are not being published at a fast enough rate for it to be news worthy. At the same time, parties with the resources to publish data including governments, are often not publishing until being pressured. Yet, there are examples from The Guardian and Propublica which produced highly infor-mative and innovative journalism in a combination of using freedom of information laws and working collaborative teams consisting of people with different skills sets. In the end of the day, journalists will use all means available to them including open data resources. This workshop is designed to create awareness of the kind of open data resources that is currently available which could help journalists do their work better.

    OBJECTIVES To raise awareness of the possiblities of open data as sources in doing journalism To be familiar with different open data platforms and resources available in the region To be able to use simple tools to use open data in journalism To promote the inclusion of open data in journalistic teaching

  • 4 May 2016 (Wednesday)

    Time Workshop Agenda: Open Data Journalism: How to use open data to your advantage in reporting?

    08:30-09:00 RegistrationVenue: Main Hall, Indonesian Press Council, Jl. Kebon Sirih No. 32-34 Jakarta Pusat, Indonesia

    09:00-09:15 Introduction

    09:15-10:00 Trainer: Endiyan Rakhmanda, Open Data Specialist, Jakarta Planning AgencyWhat is Open Data and its Potential as Data Source for Journalism?

    10:00-10:45 Trainer: Joelian Samuel, Data Scientist, Jakarta Smart City Role of Jakarta Smart City as data hub for urban problems in Jakarta

    10:45-11:00 Coffee break

    11:00-11:45 Trainer: Marina Kusumawardhani, Code4NationCrowdsourcing data, citizen journalism: Tools, infrastructure, apps and big data

    11:45-12:30 Trainer: Staffan Dahllf, Journalist on Open Government and Access to InformationCase study: Farm subsidy project-a example of cross border journalism and using multiple national legislation in investigation.

    12:30-14:00 Lunch

    14:00-14:45 Trainer: Wahyu Dhyatmika, Editor, TEMPOExplore engaging and important stories behind columns and rows of data using Excels simple analysis technique. You will never look at data the same way again.

    14:45-15:30 Trainer: Diah Setiawaty, Perkumpulan Untuk Pemilu & Demokrasi (Perludem)How to use data visualization tool in your reporting?

    15:30-16:15 Coffee break + Wrap Up, Feedback, and Wish-List