By Benét J. Wilson, DJTF co-chair, Online Managing Editor-Business Aviation, Aviation Week Group
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- The Interactive Innovative blog posts about a series of multimedia training with Maine Media Training from now through Oct. 30. Courses include Stills & Video for Multimedia; One-man Band; Intro to Web Design; and Audio Narrative. For more information go to Maine Media Training.
- The Digital Journalist has released its workshops — The New Platypus DSLR Video Journalism, Multimedia and Filmmaking Workshops for 2010. Workshops will be held in Rockport, Maine, July 25-August 3 at the Maine Media Workshops.
- The City University of New York’s Graduate School of Journalism is offering a workshop on 11 New Ways To Use Google on July 27 from 6:30-8:00. Discover the most useful features of Google’s software suite in a 90-minute immersion seminar. The cost is $40.
- The Poynter Institute’s News University is holding a webinar – Writing Headlines for the Web: 2010 Edition – July 29 at 2:00 p.m. Eastern. Learn strategies to increase traffic from search tools and keep those users on your site. You’ll also learn techniques for writing the all-important web headline. The cost is $29.95.
- The Freedom Forum Diversity Institute is offering three Multimedia Boot Camps for Journalism Professionals and Educators. They are scheduled for Aug. 2-6, Aug. 11-15 and Nov. 17-21 at the Freedom Forum’s John Seigenthaler Center in Nashville, Tenn. The cost is $850.
- The Online News Association is holding a Parachute Training Initiative at the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel & Spa in Hollywood, Calif., Aug. 4. The cost is $10, but 60 free spots will be made available to members of the Asian American Journalists Association.
- Knowledgewebb is holding a free webinar, 10 Steps to a Tech-Savvy You, Aug. 5. The webinar will outline the 10 steps — and critical websites, social networks and gear — to help you become more tech savvy.
- BusinessJournalism.org is holding a free Webinar, “How to be an entrepreneur as a business journalist” Aug. 9-13. The weeklong Webinar, which teaches how to use your skills to make a living outside mainstream media, will be taught by freelancer and National Association of Black Journalists member Maya Smart and “Ask-the Recruiter” blogger Joe Grimm will teach the five-hour course.
- The Poynter Institute is holding a seminar – Multimedia Storytelling With Video – Sept. 20-24. Tuition is $995, and applications are due Aug. 9.
- The Poynter Institute is holding an online group seminar – Becoming a More Effective Reporter: Telling Untold Stories – Sept. 13-Oct. 4. Tuition is $399, and applications are due Aug. 9.
- The Donald J. Reynolds Journalism Institute will host Block by Block: Community News Summit 2010 Sept. 23-24 in Chicago. Reynolds Fellow Michele McLellan and New York University Journalism Professor Jay Rosen will lead discussions from leading pioneers of online local news sites to discuss what’s working – and what needs work. The event is invitation-only.
- The Poynter Institute is holding the Video Storytelling Workshop: 2010 Edition Sept. 25. The event, held with the National Photographers Press Foundation team, will present a day-long event that will help you be a better video journalist. Tuition is $65.
- The BlogWorld New Media Expo will be held at the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas Oct. 15-16.
- Registration is now open for the Online News Association’s annual conference in Washington, D.C., Oct. 28-30.
If you have any items that I’ve missed, please drop me an email via the DJTF Yahoo! Listserv or at regaviationqueen AT yahoo DOT com. Thanks!