This week, the Knight Digital Media Center at UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism presents a week of intensive workshop training for journalists in multimedia.
Mark Glaser of MediaShift (a blog the Knight Foundation supports), is live-blogging some of the workshops.
From MediaShift posts, find out about the Christmas Tree approach to incorporating multimedia, why UC Berkeley journalism school new media director Paul Grabowicz advises “print might be going away but not text,” how video should be part, and not all, of a specific piece, why RAW format isn’t necessary for the web, and try building this Flash template that “will help you do the interactivity for about 90% of Flash designs.”
The Center offers more tutorials here.
What other topics would you like to see covered at a multimedia training week?