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Jamie Gorson — General

#nice #works
Great first attempt at filling out a canvas. This is an achievement on its own!

I'm not sure the direction of your fixable root cause chain. I see a lot of issues on there but I"m not entirely sure which one you are attacking.

#curious. Are people who are working as data journalists doing learning? What learning are they actually doing or is this a problem that should be earlier in the chain.

2 years ago

Jamie Gorson - So, I wonder if your research question is actually a learning question.
Also, in terms of a Value proposition, I don't know why I (Jamie) should care. It makes sense why data journalists should care, but I'm not sure why academics and researchers care

2 years ago

Jamie Gorson - Going back to the How Can We statement, I'm not sure what you mean by metacognition for data journalists.

2 years ago

Garrett Hedman — General

love the topic and its relevance to current events #yay

Assumptions – *readers investments, better data literacy, assuming “digital” literacy, design choice affect story comprehension, cultural---

Is it a mistake on the journalists or the editors part to evaluate the reader’s investment? (this also doesn’t really get at literacy gaps –make sure you focus on task)

Root cause – not sure how you’re getting at a “root”. You identify a lot of causes, but I’m not sure which one you’re targeting.

For research question, I’m not sure what answer you might want. You might want to write out the answer of worst case/ best case.

Both research questions seem to be getting at the same thing.

2 years ago

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