At the Department of Digital Humanities, King’s College London I currently convene, co-convene and teach on undergraduate and graduate modules on Digital Methods (BA), Digital Journalism (BA), Data Journalism (MA), Digital Methods for Internet Studies: Concepts, Devices and Data (MA), Visual Methods (MA), Data Visualisation (MA) and Global Audiences (MA).

I have previously taught classes and courses at University of Amsterdam, the Paris School of International Affairs, Sciences Po Paris, Pierre and Marie Curie University, the University of Zurich, the University of Kent, the University of Warwick and Siegen University. My teaching on a “Controversy Mapping” course (established by Bruno Latour) at the Paris School of International Affairs, Sciences Po Paris, resulted in the best student evaluations ever recorded on the course.

At the Digital Methods Initiative (University of Amsterdam) I have co-organised, facilitated and taught at the Digital Methods Winter Schools and Summer Schools, including reviewing recent developments in the field (see, e.g., highlights from 2015, 2016 and 2017). I have also contributed to the design and development of digital methods tools such as a set of tools for obtaining data from GitHub.

I have also been involved in data journalism teaching and training, including designing and giving input to the organisation and delivery of courses at several institutions (e.g. King’s College London, University of Amsterdam). I am co-founder of the School of Data Journalism (2012-2015) which took place at the International Journalism Festival in Perugia and I designed and organised the “Doing Journalism with Data” MOOC in association with the European Journalism Centre. The Data Journalism Handbook which I co-edit has been translated into over 15 languages and used for teaching and training at dozens of institutions around the world. A second edition is currently in preparation with Amsterdam University Press.