The Google News Initiative (GNI) is offering a series of video training and webinars on how to find, verify and tell news stories online.
The training will offer tips on how well to use Google tools, environmental reporting, audience analytics among others
The training is hosted from the global network of Google News Lab Teaching Fellows.
The training is also offered in different languages including English and French.
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