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Do you use WordPress at your news organization? Then I need your input.

As an RJI Fellow at the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute, I am developing a suite of WordPress plugins  Storytelling Tools  designed for journalists like you to make some of your daily workflow tasks flow along smoother and faster. These tasks could include finding images, fact-checking and creating immersive galleries. As both a public radio producer and Web developer, I've seen how a little programming can automate certain chores. But first, I'd like to get your thoughts on what plugins would be most helpful to you. I've created a survey that should only take a few minutes of your time to complete. The more input I receive, the more help I'll be able to provide journalists.

The Storytelling Tools survey includes questions such as:

  • What is your digital workflow within WordPress?
  • What WordPress tools would help with you work?

Please share this survey link with others in the industry who use a WordPress site:

Update: Survey now closed. Results out soon.

Thank you for your help.

Image: Columbia Missourian copy desk, 1944, courtesy of University Archives (C:11/15/1 Box 2), University of Missouri at Columbia.

Barrett Golding  
 
Residential fellow



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