What are external resources?
These are knowledge banks that we feel every journalist should have access to – guide books, online courses, readily available data sets, you name it!
Is this MMfD’s work?
Not necessarily. Credit for some of the listed publications goes to MMfD’s team members individually, but that’s just about it. We’ll try to credit and link every resource we collect and share.
If isn’t your work, why are you collecting it?
MMfD aims to create a compendium of online journalistic resources, to create a central database of supporting material for interested professionals – knowledge management is also one of MMfD areas of interest.
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If you are a journalist and looking for somebody to assist you in using data visualization tools and/or having trouble with working out a particular data-set, we’ll be more than happy to help you – just ping us.
Tutorials & Guides
Data Journalism – The Centre for Investigative Journalism
Data Journalism Handbook – Open Knowledge Foundation
Statistics for Journalists The Centre for Investigative Journalism
Integrating Data Journalism in Newsrooms – International Centre for Journalists
Security in a Box – Tactical Tech
Urdu Typing Manual – Bytes for All, Pak Voices Project
Data Visualization Tools
Digital Security for Journalists – A snapshot of awareness and practice in Pakistan – Bytes for All & Internews Network
State of Media in Pakistan 2014 – Freedom Network
How investigate Journalists View Surveillance and Digital Security – Pew Research Center
The EU elections on Twitter – Pew Research Center
Reporting Development – A guidebook for Pakistani Journalists
Connected and Safe – A digital security guidebook
Matters of Faith in Media – Case studies on coverage of faith based stories in Pakistan
Reporting Afghanistan – Mapping Afghan Conflict in Pakistani Media
Reporting from front lines – Research and Analysis on media landscape in tribal areas of Pakistan