About

I am a new media researcher at the University of Amsterdam focusing on digital methods, controversy mapping and data journalism. I am working on the European project EMAPS (Electronic Maps to Assist Public Science), which maps public debates around climate change and is led by French sociologist of science and anthropologist Bruno Latour. I am also a member of the Digital Methods Initiative research group.

In addition to my work at the University of Amsterdam I am also a PhD candidate studying data journalism at the University of Groningen (Netherlands) and the University of Ghent (Belgium).

Besides my academic work, I am leading data journalism activities at the European Journalism Centre (EJC), where I founded and coordinated projects such as: The Data Journalism Handbook, the website DataDrivenJournalism.net, the annual conference and training event The School of Data Journalism, and the Doing Journalism with Data MOOC. I am also on the jury of the Data Journalism Awards.

If you are interested in my work you can get in touch by email (liliana.bounegru[at]gmail.com) or Twitter.

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9 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi, Liliana! I’m wondering if you might be able to join our open community call on Nov 22 to talk about * the work you all did on the data journalism handbook, * any break-throughs you had as a result, * plus what’s next and ways to keep the momentum rolling.

    Would be great to invite everyone involved to do some quick follow-up chatting and question and answer.

    Would you be interested in doing that? And in spreading the word to the rest of the group?

    Will send more call-in details / logistics soon, if yes.

    Hope you’re well,

    –Matt

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  3. Hi, Lilinan. You did a great job. I want to translate and publish the DDJ Handbook in China, would you please give me your email address? Mine is yijunt@sina.com. Please write to me. Thank you!

  4. Hello Miss. Bounegru

    My name is Anson Xia. I’m an international journalism student who is currently studying at the University of Central Lancashire. I read your edit book The Data Journalism Handbook, and I’m working on a case study on the growth of data journalism. Could I ask you some questions on this field?

    Data journalism is a rising branch of contemporary journalism industry and its significance and effectiveness on news reporting is witnessed by many media practitioners. Do you think data journalism can become an alternative approach to story-telling and news reporting, as photojournalism?

    In your opinion, what kind of topics, or areas are suitable to use infographics instead of pure text to convey information to the audience? Can the data of a general elecon/local political events be visualized?

    Do you know how data journalists are trained to navigate complicated data and finding newsworthy stories behind the data?

    Do you think data journalism will be a potential field in the future and become a popular journalism genre as photojournalism? Why do you think so?

    Do you have any colleagues who are working as data journalists? Could you give me their contact details for some questions?

    Thank you very much!

    Kind Regards

    ANSON XIA

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  6. I am reading now Data Journalism Handbook and I enrolled for Doing Journalism with Data course. I like to congratulate you for everything. Keep up the good work!

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