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07 OCTOBER 2013

Data Journalism Handbook 1.0

"This website is dedicated to providing anyone interested in getting started with data driven journalism with a collection of learning resources, including relevant events, tools, tutorials, interviews and case studies. The data journalism community and mailing list are dedicated to strengthening the community of journalists, designers, data providers and others, and encouraging collaboration and exchange of expertise."

(European Journalism Centre)

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2013analysing dataanalysis data • analysis model • analysis of quantitative informationdatadata analysisdata collection and analysis • data driven journalism • data gathering instrumentsdata infrastructuredata into informationdata journalism • Data Journalism Handbook • data miningdata-drivendigital humanitiesdigital journalism • Dutch Ministry of Education Culture and Science • European Journalism Centre (EJC) • handbookhistorical datajournalismOpen Knowledge Foundationquantitative dataquantitative informationstatisticstrend analysis

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Simon Perkins
24 JUNE 2012

UK Times Higher Education: education news and resources

"Times Higher Education is the UK's most authoritative source of information about higher education. Designed specifically for professional people working in higher education and research, Times Higher Education was founded in 1971 and has been online since 1995.

We cover policy issues and intellectual developments worldwide through a specialist staff of reporters and many contributors from within the academic community. Times Higher Education provides high–quality information and analysis as well as a forum for debate for the academic community on higher education policy issues – public funding, tuition charges, quality assurance, institutional governance, student assessment, postgraduate training etc – and on intellectual developments, personalities and debates. Coverage includes a large number of book reviews of both specialised texts and books of general interest to an academic audience."

(TSL Education Ltd.)

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19711995 • academic audience • academic community • authoritative source • book reviews • collegescoveragedebateseducation • education news • education resources • educational resources • forum for debate • HE statistics • high-quality analysis • high-quality informationhigher education • higher education policy • institutional governance • intellectual developments • magazinepersonalities • policy issues • postgraduate training • public funding • quality assurancequantitative dataquantitative information • specialised texts • statistics • student assessment • THETHESTimes Higher EducationTimes Higher Education Supplement • TSL Education Ltd • tuition charges • tuition feesUKuniversities • university jobs

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
22 JUNE 2012

The UK Higher Education Statistics Agency

"The Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) is the official agency for the collection, analysis and dissemination of quantitative information about higher education.

It was set up by agreement between the relevant government departments, the higher education funding councils and the universities and colleges in 1993, following the White Paper 'Higher Education: a new framework', which called for more coherence in HE statistics, and the 1992 Higher and Further Education Acts, which established an integrated higher education system throughout the United Kingdom."

(Higher Education Statistics Agency)

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19921993analysis of quantitative informationcoherence • collection of quantitative information • collegesdissemination of quantitative information • funding councils • government departments • HE statisticsHESA • Higher and Further Education Acts • higher educationHigher Education Funding CouncilHigher Education Statistics Agency • Higher Education: a new framework • integrated higher education system • official agency • quantitative dataquantitative informationstatisticsUKUnited Kingdomuniversitieswhite paper

CONTRIBUTOR

Simon Perkins
03 DECEMBER 2003

Constructing Digital Representations

"The complaint that we are being reduced to numbers is, as I have suggested, a common expression of how we experience the depersonalising effects of the bureaucratic reduction of our identies to bits of computer data. [...] It is engendered (sometimes) when we are confronted by a survey form or credit report whose precisely delimited categories we experience in ways that contradict, often jarringly, our noisy self–understandings."

(Diana Saco, p.155)

Diana Saco (2002) "Cybering Democracy: Public Space and The Internet", Minnesota, USA: University of Minnesota.

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