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Tuesday, March 10, 2015
Here's a collection of tools for social media and web work that can benefit any journalist
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Robert Hernandez, an associate professor at the University of Southern California, has compiled a list of social media and web tools that can be helpful to all journalists and editors. The list of 128 sites includes links to graphics and audio clips, an app to create 360-degree panorama photographs, tools to help create a web page and improve writing skills, tips for crowdsourcing or converting a web browser into a teleprompter, coding, animation, tutorials and instructions on how to create interactive maps and helpful ways to find the best tweets. (Read more)