World Press Photo Connected Learning
This free stream course by World Press Photo offers tips from some of the best known photojournalists and multimedia producers in the world. It also has plenty of practical guidance and a chance to see other learners going through the early stages of producing their first projects. D J Clark is a lead tutor of the course concentrating mainly on video.
You can join the course at http://www.facebook.com/wpphconnected
MA International Multimedia Journalism
Introduction to the MA International Multimedia Journalism 2013 from IMMJ on Vimeo.
The course is based in Beijing, and is a collaboration between the Beijing Foreign Studies University and the University of Bolton in the UK, with the degree awarded by the University of Bolton. The course develops skills and critical thinking for journalists and storytellers to enable them deliver both short-form and long-form projects on digital platforms.
D J Clark is currently course leader – more information at www.immj-ma.org
Diploma in Multimedia Journalism
The Diploma in Multimedia Journalism is a one-year programme designed to provide Asian working journalists with a broad perspective and the skills to undertake cross platform multimedia journalistic projects. It combines both theoretical and practical approaches with lectures and discussions as well as hands-on exercise and projects.
D J Clark is currently course leader – more information at http://acfj.ateneo.edu/?page_id=169
The Multimedia Train courses aim to train professional journalists started in skills they maybe missing to a basic but professional level. The courses are free online at multimedia train.com or for a small price you can download the iBooks at the iTunes Bookstore. D J Clark was one of three tutors who write the books.
Shutha.org is a website with instruction videos on a range of subjects aimed at professional photojournalists from the Majority World. D J Clark has produced the multimedia section which covers training on video, writing, audio and photography as well as some theoretical discussions on producing stories for digital platforms.
D J Clark runs workshops lasting from half a day to two weeks on a range of subjects related to multimedia journalism. Download his resume to see a list of some of the recent workshops to get a clearer idea of the kind of subjects he specializes in.
Use the contact page if you want to enquire about a possible workshop in the future.