অসাধারণ সব অনুসন্ধানী প্রতিবেদনের জন্ম দেয়া সাংবাদিক ইমানুয়েল ফ্রয়েডেনথালের প্রিয় টুলের মধ্যে আছে জিপিএস ট্র্যাকস, বিমান খোঁজার এন্টেনা, জিমেইল স্নুজ, ইত্যাদি। কিন্তু কেন এইসব টুল তার এত প্রিয়? কোন অনুসন্ধানে কীভাবে তিনি এসব ব্যবহার করেছেন? উত্তর পাবেন, এই লেখাতে। কে জানে, হয়তো এসব টুল এক দিন আপনার অনুসন্ধানেও কাজে আসতে পারে!
How do freelancers carry out a yearlong investigation when they only get paid at the end? Investigative reporter Samantha Sunne has a tiered approach to keep you from spending precious time and resources.
When it comes to doing investigations using online tools, there is no one tool that will answer all of your questions. Instead you’ll most likely need to build slowly towards the answer using a jumble of jigsaw pieces — a name here, a connection there. The good news is that there are dozens of tools that can be used to find the pieces to your puzzle. GIJN’s Alastair Otter has pulled together tools that can be used to help build a profile of someone — or their business.
In this month’s Investigative Toolbox, GIJN’s Alastair Otter delves into how to share sensitive documents with OnionShare, mine Twitter with Treeverse and FollowerWonk and monitor website updates with Versionista and VisualPing.
The Global Investigative Journalism Network is always on the lookout for contributors interested in writing stories about innovation in journalism, as well as tips, tools and how-tos around investigative reporting. Experts in investigative journalism, journalists who write about media, academics in media studies, media trainers as well as GIJN members are encouraged to contribute.
The Global Investigative Journalism Network publishes articles about the practice of investigative journalism around the world — and we’re always on the lookout for contributors interested in writing about the craft of muckraking, as well as about innovation and new models in journalism. Experts in investigative journalism and other related specialized journalism areas, journalists who write about media, academics in media studies, media trainers as well as GIJN members are encouraged to contribute. Our stories generally run from 500-1500 words and our pay is competitive and dependent on specialization and experience. Our website is visited daily by readers in 100 countries, so we promise an engaged, global audience for your work. Our mission is to strengthen and spread quality investigative journalism around the world, and our publishing is key to this. Our Sweet Spot
We love case studies that help our readers from around the world — journalists, investigative journalists, students of journalism, those in civil society and nonprofits involved in democracy, freedom of expression and anti-corruption work — to better understand investigative topics and methods.
In the very early days of building Sonr*, we talked to newsrooms all over New York City and London to get a sense of what tools journalists are currently using to get the job done. Some of these newsrooms were more traditional than others, but we found that there was a core set of digital tools that most writers and editors couldn’t get through the day without. Let us know what you think, or if this list is missing anything in the comments!