IRE Virtual Training
While our March and April events are postponed, IRE will continue to support our members through webinars and virtual training. Please fill out this short survey so we know what topics and training methods will help you the most.
What kinds of virtual trainings would you be interested in attending? (Choose all that apply)
Pre-recorded webinars (watch anytime)
Short pre-recorded tutorials (watch anytime)
Which topics interest you? (Choose all that apply)
Reporting under quarantine
Core watchdog skills (FOIA, storyboarding, bulletproofing, etc)
Social media sleuthing & verification
Breaking news watchdog
Remote teaching for journalism professors
Investigating as a student journalist
What time of day would you be most likely to participate in a virtual training? (Choose all that apply)
Morning (7-10 a.m.)
Late morning (10 a.m. -12 p.m.)
Mid-day (12-2 p.m.)
Early afternoon (2-4 p.m.)
Evening (4-7 p.m.)
What time zone are you in?
Would you participate in free virtual office hours with IRE trainers? Virtual office hours would let you sign up for a 15-minute slot with a member of our team for help on a project, FOIA, etc. These sessions would be for consultation only, not in-depth or hands-on work.
Maybe (need more info)
What type of news organization do you work for?
Is there anything else IRE can do to support you and/or your newsroom? Any other virtual training ideas you’d like us to consider?
If you'd like us to contact you about any of your answers, please leave your name and email.
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