Posts Tagged ‘livro

23
Mar
09

‘How to Write for the Web’: in Portuguese | Em Português

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I had already talked about the spanish edition, now here’s the portuguese version.

Já aqui tinha falado da edição em espanhol, fica agora a tradução para o português.

The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas at the University of Texas at Austin has just published a Portuguese-language edition of the e-book How to Write for the Web, written by Colombian journalist Guillermo Franco and translated by Brazilian journalist Marcelo Soares.

How to Write for the Web is the second skills guide for journalists that the Knight Center has published. In December 2007, the Knight Center launched electronic Spanish and Portuguese editions of the e-book Journalism 2.0: How to Survive and Thrive, A digital literacy guide for the information age, written by U.S. journalist Mark Briggs.

The Spanish, Portuguese, and English editions of that book can also be downloaded in PDF format for free from the Knight Center’s website. It has been downloaded close to 17,000 times since its publication.

Knight Center for Journalism in Americas

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06
Dez
08

Livro | Book: “Cómo escribir para la Web”

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O Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas lançou mais um manual de ciberjornalismo. “Cómo escribir para la Web” é da autoria de Guillermo Franco e pretende ser um guia para jornalistas da América Latina, mas servirá também para todos os que compreendam espanhol.

Podem fazer o download do .pdf gratuitamente aqui.

The Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas has published another cyberjournalism manual. “Cómo escribir para la Web” was written by Guillermo Franco with the purpose to be a guide for Latin America journalists, but that it might be useful for all of those who speak Spanish.

You can download the .pdf file for free here.

Franco’s new book presents practical examples about writing for online publications, as well as research from other sources. He considers it to be more than just a manual, but rather a starting point for a more comprehensive guide about writing for the Web, with contributions from journalists throughout Latin America and the Caribbean.

Already, several colleagues who participated in the project have begun a discussion group in Facebook about “How to write for the Web.”

“This document will serve as part of the answer to the journalist training needs in Latin America. It follows the same path and philosophy of other efforts supported by the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas,” said Rosental C. Alves, founder and director of he Knight Center.

Knight Center Publishes Spanish Book Online: ‘How to Write for the Web’

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14
Out
08

Ebook: “Democracy, Journalism and Technology: New Developments in an Enlarged Europe”

A ECREA-European Communication Research and Education Association, publicou o resultado da sua terceira edição da Summer School, um ebook gratuito criado pelos alunos e professores que estiveram na Universidade de Tarpu, na Estónia. O tema deste ano é “Democracia, Jornalismo e Tecnologia: Novos Desenvolvimentos numa Europa Alargada”.

No site podem descarregar este e os ebooks das edições anteriores. Dica de @pnvicente.

ECREA-European Communication Research and Education Association, published the final work of the third edition of the Summer School, a free ebook created by the doctorates and lecturers present at the University of Tarpu, in Estonia. This years theme is “Democracy, Journalism and Technology: New Developments in an Enlarged Europe”.

At the website you can dowload this and other years ebooks. Tip by @pnvicente.

It is our pleasure to announce the publication of our third Summer School Book, entitled “Democracy, Journalism and Technology: New Developments in an Enlarged Europe. The intellectual work of the 2008 European media and communication doctoral summer school,” edited by Nico Carpentier, Pille Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt, Kaarle Nordenstreng, Maren Hartmann, Peeter Vihalemm, Bart Cammaerts, Hannu Nieminen and Tobias Olsson.

You can download a PDF-version of this book – free of charge – from the Summer School website, or the Researching and Teaching Communication Series website. The direct link to the book is: http://www.researchingcommunication.eu/reco_book4.pdf. A print version can be ordered by sending an email to pille.vengerfeldt @ ut.ee.

This book includes a series of papers that were presented by lecturers and PhD-students at the European Communication and Media Doctoral Summer School, in July/August 2008 in Tartu (Estonia) (supported by a European Commission Socrates Erasmus IP Project (contract number: 69935-IC-1-2007-EE-ERASMUS-EUC-1), the University of Tartu and the Danish National Research School for Media, Communication and Journalism).

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30
Ago
08

Livro | Book : Alberto Cairo- Infografía 2.0

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As infografias passaram a ser encaradas de forma diferente no online. Interactividade, animações, multimédia, tudo pode ser incorporado para uma explicação visual de informação.

Alberto Cairo escreveu Infografía 2.0. Visualización interactiva de información en prensa, onde analisa e desenvolve perspectivas para o futuro da infografia.

Capítulo grátis aqui.

Infographics have been looked under a different light online. Interactivity, animations, multimedia, all can be incorporated to create a visual explanation for data.

Alberto Cairo wrote Infografía 2.0. Visualización interactiva de información en prensa, in which he analyzes and develops views for infographics future.

Free chapter here

Unas líneas sobre los objetivos y alcance de este libro: nació como trabajo académico, por lo que su naturaleza forzosamente breve hace que muchos de los asuntos discutidos no estén desarrollados con la profundidad deseada. He intentado aportar algunas ideas que puedan guiar proyectos de investigación futuros, pero sólo a modo de pinceladas. Hay una gran carencia de trabajos sobre visualización en prensa, como evidencia el hecho de que todas las tesis doctorales sobre la disciplina en países hispanohablantes se refieran únicamente a tres autores como fuentes principales, dejando de lado la más o menos nutrida tradición teórica que se ocupa de la visualización y el diseño de información en  general y de las áreas de la ciencia cognitiva más relacionadas con ellas. Mi intención es que este texto, preliminar y limitado como es, ofrezca algunas claves inspiradoras. Un análisis más profundo de la disciplina, basado en parte en las ideas apuntadas en este estudio, tendrá que esperar por un tiempo.

Alberto Cairo , Infografía 2.0. Visualización interactiva de información en prensa

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13
Mai
08

“Networked Journalism, SuperMedia: Saving Journalism So It Can Save The World”

Journalism matters. We live in a much more interconnected world where information is ever-more critical to our lives. And it is journalism that conveys that data and allows us to debate its significance. It is always hard to pinpoint exact moments or to detail precise occasions when journalism has altered the course of events, rather than simply narrating them. It is nigh on impossible to separate out media impact from the general conditions of events.

In this book I will outline what I call Networked Journalism. It is a new way of practicing journalism that is already becoming evident. It is a reflection of emerging realities. But it is also an opportunity to transform the ethics as well as the efficacy of journalism. Networked Journalism offers the chance for the news media to enhance its social role. It is a recognition that mainstream professional journalists must share the very process of production. Networked Journalism includes citizen journalism, interactivity, open sourcing, wikis, blogging,and social networking, not as add-ons, but as an essential part of news production and distribution itself.

And what kind of journalism are we producing in such abundance? Is the world of cyber-journalism going to be about citizen journalism or amateur pornography?

Estes são excertos da introdução para o livro de Charlie Beckett “Networked Journalism, SuperMedia: Saving Journalism So It Can Save The World” . Se quiserem ler as 170 páginas deste trabalho interessantíssimo sobre o futuro do jornalismo e da sua importância no nosso próprio futuro podem descarregar os cinco capítulos.

Eu já comecei a ler e em breve falarei mais disto.Indispensável.

These are some excerpts from the introduction for Charlie Beckett‘s book “Networked Journalism, SuperMedia: Saving Journalism So It Can Save The World” . If you want to read the 170 pages of this most interesting work about the future of journalism and it’s toll on our own future, you can download the five chapters. I’ve already started reading them and i’ll get back to this soon. Indispensable.

Comprem-no aqui | Buy it here

Recommended Readings, Berkman Center for Internet & Society @ Harvard Law School

Charlie Beckett website

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06
Mar
08

“Is this why newspapers are dying? Because there are no communities?”

 

The Power of Organizing Without Organizations



Mindy MacAdams comenta no seu blog uma passagem do livro de Clay Shirky Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations, onde se faz uma diferenciação das relações entre o público e os media, e entre os próprios utilizadores e criadores de conteúdos. E a meio faz esta questão avassaladora: “Is this why newspapers are dying? Because there are no communities?” .

Se antes, e por motivos estruturais, um jornal estava mais próximo de um grupo ou de uma comunidade, com os novos media a transversalidade nas audiências aumentou, assim como os conceitos de especialização e hiperlocalidade se tornaram preponderantes para a definição e sobrevivência de alguns meios de comunicação.

Citando Shirky, “audiências não são o mesmo que comunidades, e as comunidades são feitas de pessoas em diálogo”, Mindy MacAdams deixa talvez a questão mais fundamental para a identidade dos media em transição: o que é que as comunidades precisam e como é que os jornalistas o podem fornecer?

O jogo já não é feito apenas com a premissa de responder às perguntas básicas do jornalismo, mas com a problematização e participação por parte de todos que queiram participar na construção do hiper-senso-comum, da hiper consciência colectiva sobre a realidade. O público não é mais um ponto de destino, mas um princípio activo, e é aqui que a mudança está realmente a ocorrer.

Mindy MacAdams comments on her blog a passage from the book by Clay Shirky Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations, where is established a differenciation in the relations between public and media, and among the users themselves and content generators. And then she makes this overwhelming question: “Is this why newspapers are dying? Because there are no communities?“.

If before, and due to structural reasons, a newspaper was closer to a group or a community, with the new media the transversality in the audiences increased, just like the concepts of of specialization and hyperlocality became prevailing to the definition and survival of some media.

 

Quoting Shirky, “Audiences are not the same as communities, and communities are made up of people talking to one another”, Mindy MacAdams leaves perhaps the most fundamental question for the identity of the media in transition: what do communities need and how can journalists provide it?

 

The game is longer played under the premiss of answering to the basic questions of journalism, but with the problematic rendering and participation of all who want to participate in the construction of a hyper-common-sense, of a hyper collective conscience upon reality. The audience is no longer the destination but an active principle, and this is where the change is really happening.

An audience is not a community, Mindy MacAdams

02
Fev
08

Webnoticia: Propuesta de Modelo Periodístico Para La WWW

João Canavilhas - Webnot�cia(Un regalo para todos mis amigos que hablan castellano)

João Canavilhas é docente e investigador na UBI, e publicou a sua tese de doutoramento defendida na Universidade de Salamanca. “Webnoticia: Propuesta de Modelo Periodístico Para La WWW” é um trabalho que aborda as mudanças trazidas pela comunicação na web ao modelo de comunicação jornalístico. Está em castelhano, mas vale mesmo a pena. Leiam também o seu trabalho sobre a pirâmide deitada (este em português).

 

O jornalismo na web continua sem encontrar um modelo que lhe permita demarcar-se claramente dos jornalismos escrito, televisivo e radiofónico.
Embora os investigadores tenham identificado várias características próprias deste jornalismo – hipertextualidade, multimedialidade, interactividade, instantaneidade, personalização, memória e ubiquidade – apenas as quatro últimas são visíveis na esmagadora maioria das publicações online.
As três características relacionadas com linguagem – hipertextualidade, multimedialidade, interactividade – continuam ausentes das publicações e por isso está ainda por definir uma linguagem específica para o webjornalismo.
Este livro é parte da tese de doutoramento “Webnoticia: propuesta de modelo periodístico para la WWW” e pretende ser um pequeno contributo para a identificação de uma linguagem convergente para o webjornalismo.

En la actualidad la reciente evolución técnica de hardware y software, la reducción de precios de los equipos informáticos y el crecimiento de la banda ancha, permiten unos planteamientos más experimentales en los que se desarrollan y ponen a prueba modelos informativos que exploran las características de Internet o, más particularmente, las características de la Word Wide Web.

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13
Jan
08

Livro | Book : Multimedia Journal

cover_mybook.jpg“Multimedia Journal will show you how to tap into your creativity by guiding you through a variety of activities that will prod your imagination so you can capture new ideas for multimedia storytelling. The exercises are intended to jump-start your creative energy. This book is for Multimedia Journalists.”

Square 7×7 inches (18×18 cm) 60 pages

Published: January 1, 2008

By Richard Koci Hernandez

 

 

 

Richard Koci Hernandez do Multimedia Shooter escreveu um pequeno guia para jornalistas multimedia, nascido das notas criadas para workshops. Segundo o autor, “o livro contém 50 exercícios e ideias para se pensar criativamente sobre fotografia, video, audio e multimedia em geral.” Podem espreitar as primeiras 15 páginas aqui.

Richard Koci Hernandez from Multimedia Shooter wrote a small guide for multimedia journalists, born out of the notes he created for his workshops. According to him, “the book is packed with over 50 creative exercises and ideas to get you thinking creativity about photography, video, audio and multimedia in general.” You can take a peek at the first 15 pages here.




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