This is a selection of one-day courses offered by Nils G. Indahl:
Digital journalism today. The growth of social media. Changes in the journalistic work process. Ubiquitous and mobile media. Entering into dialogue with related disciplines, such as interaction design and programming.
Mobile reporting. Using an everyday tool such as the mobile telephone to report events as they unfold. Editing and uploading video on the mobile device. Streaming events directly from a mobile telephone using mobile or wireless networks.
Research on the net. How to find relevant information on the web. When to use catalogues, search engines, and blog search engines. Creating a search profile. Operators and search strings. How to interpret results.
News writing. The news format. Finding, writing and presenting news in a professional manner. Structure and genres. Finding and using sources. News angles and dramaturgy.
Blogging. How to search and tag blogs. Different kinds of blogs and writing styles; personal blog, organisational blog and journalistic blogging. Degrees of interactivity. Using web hotels and establishing your own web server, using e.g. WordPress, an open source publishing system.
Podcasting. How to record and edit sound files. Intros and dramaturgy. File formats. Uploading and distributing sound files. Choosing a web hotel or setting up your own server.
Advanced research. Subscribing to and sharing RSS feeds. Writing and using meta tags. Advantages of different search engines. Searching for multimedia files and specialised files. Finding databases and hidden information. Encryption and security.
International Cyber Society. The norms and rules of the Internet. Its evolution and system of governance. The three classical paradigms (realism, rationalism and revolutionism) are applied in describing and analysing the history and development of the Internet.
Depending on the degree of tailoring – and the number of students – course fees amount to EUR 1000 – 1500 for a full day.