Category: OpenDataPhilly

CPIJ update: December, 2015

More than 90 journalists and journalism educators attended Philadelphia NewsTrain last month here at the Temple University School of Media and Communication. APME project director Linda Austin shared this photo of presenter Theodore Kim of The New York Times:

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What we do at CPIJ:

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fbHere’s the latest look at past and present projects at the Center for Public Interest Journalism

The most recent news is at the top of each group:

OpenDataPhilly.org: Growing faster

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Geek Awards, NABJ honors follow more CPIJ-supported projects

New accolades are illuminating the success of several projects which have been supported by the Center for Public Interest Journalism.

Open Data Philly:

On Saturday night, The Philadelphia Geek Awards named Open Data Philly the 2015 Web Project of the Year.

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CPIJ Update: July, 2015

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Open Data Philly keeps growing

More than 70 new datasets have been added to Open Data Philly since the project was relaunched earlier this year. Check “Featured Projects” on the home page for an updated look at apps, maps, services and tools developed using data from the site.

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New video: How community leaders, citizens, journalists, and others can use Open Data Philly

We just posted another tutorial on the new OpenDataPhilly channel on YouTube:

Welcome to Open Data Philly, the public portal that connects people with Philadelphia-related data.

In this tutorial, we’re going to discuss how community leaders, citizens journalists, and other interested parties can use Open Data Philly to help them with a variety of tasks.

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