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Reengeneering journalism: the Knight Talks (Stanford)

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Knight Talk: Andrew Donohue

John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford

As editor of Voice of San Diego, Andrew Donohue used design-thinking methods to lead his staff to discover and pursue stories by first digging into a community, listening and observing to discover what people needed. Rather than starting with a preconceived story idea, Donohue urges journalists to start with a question and work with a community throughout the reporting process. As a Knight Fellow, Donohue immersed himself in Stanford’s Hasso Plattner Institute of Design — the d.school — to deepen his understanding of design thinking. He developed Scratch, http://goo.gl/tvwLaH, a framework for investigative journalism that uses design thinking. He explains how it works in this short talk. Donohue is now a senior editor at The Center for Investigative Reporting, where he is continuing to evolve Scratch. Read more about Donohue’s experiences with this approach in this article he wrote for Nieman Lab. http://goo.gl/PNpOc (Published on August 8, 2013)

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