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Continuing Education Workshops
Build your technical, reporting and digital skills through the Journalism School's Continuing Education programs in social media, data visualization, multimedia storytelling and more to address challenges in your newsrooms. Non-credit-bearing, professional development courses are taught by world-class experts from our permanent and adjunct faculties, and held on evenings and weekends.
You'll learn to find, use and visualize data for readers, investigative reporting techniques, source stories through social media, shoot/edit video, including on smartphones, do global reporting and more.
For those who can't attend in person, Continuing Education now offers online distance learning (starting with our social media courses) to accommodate students worldwide.
We welcome Journalism School alumni with a 10 percent enrollment fee discount, as well as alumni of our Continuing Education program and Columbia faculty and staff, who receive a 5 percent reduction.
In addition, Columbia Journalism School has strong affiliation with, or directly administers, several prestigious professional fellowships and programs, including:
- Multimedia Storytelling (Adv)
- Investigative Reporting
- Crisis Zone Reporting
- Business of Getting Published
Our 2012 offerings include a 7-week, fully-online course on making social media work for you; multimedia storytelling boot camps at both the introductory and advanced levels; and much more. Upcoming courses are listed to the right, and read more for our full summer list, and for more information about Continuing Education at the J-School.
Columbia Journalism School has strong affiliation with, or directly administers, several prestigious journalism fellowships and programs.
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