World Federation of
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FREE WEBINARS: COVERING EBOLA, LESSONS LEARNED & OUTLOOK
March 9, 2015 posted in Projects

WFSJ is organising three free webinars on Ebola/Infectious diseases, two in English and one in French. The one hour webinars are targeting specialized and non-specialized journalists. 

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FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN A SUCCESS AND WILL HELP AFRICAN JOURNALISTS TO FIGHT THE SPREAD OF EBOLA.
January 21, 2015 posted in Projects 3 comments >>

Our successful joint IndieGogo fundraising campaign has raised 5,000 USD! It will support African Journalists fight the spread of Ebola and to help them to report accurately and timely in this chaotic situation. 

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Course in Science Journalism 2.0
August 23, 2012 posted in Projects
The Science Journalism Course has been updated and re-edited. The content was reviewed and the coherence between the individual chapters improved. The design has been modernized to allow for easy reading on different platforms, like tablets, e-readers, smartphones, web and in print. The English version of the updated course was launched earlier this week. The other languages will follow in the coming months.
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On line course on science journalism - now in printed portuguese version
February 15, 2010 posted in Projects
Launched in 2008 by the World Federation of Science Journalists (WFSJ) and the Science and Development Network (SciDev.Net), the Online Course in Science Journalism -- the first one in the world -- was translated into Portuguese in 2009
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WFSJ Podcast
October 5, 2009 posted in Projects
We wanted to give science journalists from around the world the opportunity to talk to one another about important topics and issues. These podcasts give science journalists--new and experienced--the opportunity to ask their peers questions about the profession, no matter what country or time zone they live in. - Hannah Hoag
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Online Course in Science Journalism now in Chinese!
June 26, 2009 posted in Projects
The Chinese version of the WFSJ online course in science journalism is the sixth language version of the 8-lesson, free course in science journalism.
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Ask a science journalist
June 22, 2009 posted in Projects 1 comment >>
This summer, the World Federation of Science Journalists will launch SjPod, a series of discussions with leading science journalists from around the world. Each interactive podcast allows the WFSJ community to learn from an expert’s experience.
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Beacons of African and Arab Science Journalism
June 18, 2009 posted in Projects
SjCOOP, the flagship project of the World Federation of Science Journalists, has ended. Read the final report of the three-year project in peer-to-peer mentoring in science journalism in Africa and in the Arab World and meet its key actors.
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WFSJ publishes Guidebook on Mentorship in Science Journalism
June 8, 2009 posted in Projects
Science journalists who mentor other science journalists can now benefit from the experience of the three-year SjCOOP peer to peer mentoring project of the World Federation of Science Journalists.
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Online Science journalism Course: now in Portuguese!
May 5, 2009 posted in Projects
The World Federation of Science Journalists is proud to launch the Portuguese version of its 8-lesson free online course in Science Journalism. With versions available in Arabic, English, French and Spanish, this is the fifth version of the online course. Watch this site for the Chinese version!
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Mexican editor translates online course and bridges cultures
March 30, 2009 posted in Projects
The world’s Spanish-speaking peoples number close to a billion, a huge audience for responsible science journalism. Horacio Salazar, a newspaper reporter and editor with Milenio Diario in Monterrey, Mexico has spent much of his career soaking up English...
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