Excel en Español
This three-hour hands-on workshop teaches journalists, in Spanish, how to use Excel, a powerful electronic spreadsheet for deadline and beat reporting on budgets, salaries, elections and more. Learn from fluent teachers how to dig deeper using the Internet and find valuable datasets for your stories. Seating is limited.
Two options are available for attending this training:
Option #1: Current CAR conference attendees can attend this training for no additional charge, however you must complete the registration form so we can hold a spot for you.
Option #2: If you are not attending the CAR conference, registration for this training is $35. In addition, your IRE membership must be current through April 1.
If you are interested in registering for this session, please register on the forms below.
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@kcrowebasspro is a data journalist on USA Today's national investigative team. In the past, he's worked for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, inewsource in San Diego and the St. Louis Post-Disptach.
Jeff Kelly Lowenstein is an investigative journalist, author and an assistant professor of Journalism at Grand Valley State University. He is the founder of the Center for Collaborative Investigative Journalism, a non-profit organization that brings together investigative journalists, photographers and data scientists to conduct international investigations. A Fulbright Scholar, Specialist and Teacher, he has written or edited six books. @JeffKLO
Lucio Villa: Journalist, photographer and front-end developer currently working at The San Francisco Chronicle building interactive stories, graphics and tools. @luciovilla
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