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Ryan Rohlf

A Crash Course to Fact-Checking Journalism: Just in time for election season

Recorded on January 15, 2016

2016 will be a busy year in politics. For those journalists covering elections, that means one thing: A lot of fact-checking. Join Jane Elizabeth of the American Press Institute for an introduction on accountability and fact-checking journalism.

During this webinar, you’ll learn how fact-checking journalism is different than “regular” reporting and how to identify factual deception, especially in campaign ads and speeches.

Click here to register for this archive. Please fill out the registration information at this link. If you participated in the live viewing, be sure to add in your discount code for free viewing. Once you complete the registration you will receive a link to view the archive.

Meet the Presenter … 

Jane Elizabeth leads the American Press Institute’s project to improve and expand political fact-checking/accountability journalism. She is the Washington Post’s former deputy local editor, and teaches advanced journalism as a member of the adjunct faculty at Old Dominion University.

Elizabeth’s past work has focused largely on politics, regional news and education. She was education editor at The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and a senior editor at The Virginian-Pilot where she launched and directed the newsroom’s first digital news team.