This site hosts the Georgia Tech’s Computation + Journalism classes. Catalogue entries of the two classes are below. CS 4464 is and Undergraduate Class, and CS 6465 is a Graduate class (for MS and PhD students). Both meet at the same time and share similar content, however, assignment and project requirements are different for each class.
|CS 4464 – Computational Journalism|
|A study of computational and technological advancements in journalism with emphasis on technologies for developing new tools and their potential impact on news and information.|
|CS 6465 – Computational Journalism|
|Technology is rapidly affecting how news information is gathered, reported, visualized, aggregated, summarized, distributed, and consumed. This class studies the computational technologies that impact journalism.|
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