Pop Up Class: Make, Map, Blink: Creating Data-Driven Projects for the Internet and the Physical World

  • NYC - Lang Cafe, Eugene Lang College 65 W 11th St New York, NY, 10011 United States
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FREE

As part of the brand new Journalism+Design Program at Eugene Lang College, John Keefe, senior editor for Data News & Journalism Technology will be teaching this 12-week pop-up class.

Learn how to build data-driven maps, charts, bots, detectors and blinkies. Keefe will demonstrate one project each evening, most of which have direct journalistic applications. Like a cooking show, he'll walk through how to whip up each one. In some cases, you can make them simultaneously. In all cases, he'll provide the recipes for doing it yourself.

John Keefe is part of WNYC's Data News Team, which helps our journalists use and analyze data, and also builds interactive maps, charts and database projects. Previously, Keefe led WNYC's news operation for nine years and grew its capacity for breaking news, election coverage and investigative reporting. His career also includes time as a police reporter at two Wisconsin daily newspapers, as science editor for Discovery Channel Online and as president of a small digital production company. 

No tickets or reservations required; seating is first-come first-served