Select your project on OpenCoesione portal. Remember that you have to choose a project funded by european resources (FESR or FSE).
In this section you have to indicate:
- Chosen project name on OpenCoesione
- Link to chosen project on OpenCoesione
- Chosen project’s code - Single Project Code that you will find on the project schedule (CUP)
- Chosen project’s theme
- Nature of the investment of the chosen project
Report the decisions made in a maximum of 5000 characters, not including spaces. Draw inspiration from the Canvas developed in class. The post has to be created as follows:
Blogger: write a text to introduce the chosen research and present the team, illustrating and describing the reasons for choosing the name and the logo created by the designer
Storyteller: describe what has been done in class and the choices made, clearly setting out the objectives and to whom the research is mainly targeted
We, students of 3F, would like to present you the project we have chosen. After strenuous research, it is the following: “Trapani’s public works office - hydraulic control works of the area of SALINA GRANDE (TRAPANI E PACECO territory)”. We decided to analyse this project because it’s about a problem that harms all of Trapani’s territories; this project was started in 2013 and finished in 2015, but, as we have seen in the last few months, unfortunately it doesn’t work at all.
Attach the canvas made in class and selected as a guide for the research. If the Designer is available, develop a version of the canvas designed or created using a graphics development tool of your choice.
IMPORTANT: it has to be a .pdf file, A4 landscape/horizontal format.
Write your data journalism article following the suggestions provided in STEP 5.
How to organize your data journalism articole:
The first block of the article must be dedicated to a general description of the data analysed and the context you want to describe in the form of a Data Journalism article.
The central section of the article is for processing and illustrating the data. This part of the text must also refer to static and dynamic images that you have loaded in the relevant fields (see below). Images should therefore be cited in this part of the text (example: See Fig. 1 – FIGURE TITLE).
The last section of the article is dedicated to concluding remarks on the information drawn from the data. What have you discovered? Does the information you found answer the questions initially asked? Have you collected or anticipated collecting other data on the subject? Where there unexpected results or did they confirm your hypotheses?
There is a maximum of 5000 characters (spaces included) for the entire article.
Our team, Swimming in the Rain, was responsible for keeping track of hydraulic regulation at Salinagrande (Trapani). It consists of a set of technical interventions, implemented with the aim of minimizing the risk of flooding. The latest project involved the construction of lifting pumps of the Verderame stream in order to partially mitigate the damage caused by the excessive rainfall, which had led the stream to overflow. The project was given [4000000 euros in cohesion funds], but only 2,934,723.75 were used. Work began on 05/31/2013 and ended on 11/02/2015.
Enter here a static image of a graph or an infographic illustrating the data described the Data Journalism article. Image must be in .jpg or .png format
Enter here the link (URL) to the dynamic/interactive infographic of the data described in the article, created by the INFOGRAM infographics tool, available for free on the web (https://infogram.com).
ATTENTION: before copying the link in this fields, make sure you have set your dynamic infografic on "Public on the web" mode, in order to make your output visible on your blog
Enter the link (URL) to the civic monitoring video, created by following the instructions of Lesson 3 (we suggest to makea video no longer than 5 minutes).
The link has to be a video uploaded to YouTube (remember to set the video to be shared in public mode).
Enter the link (URL) to the Monitoring report published on the Monithon platform (therefore, it should be published on Monithon before compiling the Lesson 3 Report).
Report 4 Title
Write the title of your final ASOC Report here. The title must be carefully designed and engaging: it will need to attract your readers to the results of your research, the responses given and your proposals.
Insert a picture of your ASOC WALL. If your ASOC WALL is in a digital format, you can add the URL in the part dedicated to "PITCH Part 1".
How to write your pitch:
- PITCH Part 1: description of chosen project and motivation
This text must summarise the heart of your research: the project, decision taken, data found, research objective. The maximum character limit (spaces included) for this section is 800 keystrokes.
- PITCH Part 2: description of significant phases of the research
This text must summarise the discoveries made: refer to text on your blog, the most significant stages of interviews, the key points of your investigations. The maximum character limit (spaces included) for this section is 800 keystrokes.
- PITCH Part 3: proposals and follow-up
This text has to summarise your proposals for continuing to follow the project and how you intend to continue to monitor it. The maximum character limit (spaces included) for this section is 800 keystrokes.
This is the space reserved for the creative work. You can upload files to other sharing platforms (YouTube, Vimeo, Prezi etc. – remember to set video viewing to ‘public’ mode) and enter the link (URL) in the dedicated area. IMPORTANT: IF YOU CHOOSE VIDEO FORMAT, DO NOT EXCEED THE MAXIMUM DURATION OF 3 MINUTES
If the creative work is an editorial product, use a .pdf format
If the creative work is a podcast, insert the embed code or the URL in the dedicated field - IMPORTANT: IF YOU CHOOSE VIDEO FORMAT, DO NOT EXCEED THE MAXIMUM DURATION OF 10 MINUTES
Below you can see the different types of formats. You only need to choose one of these options.
In the field "Altro allegato significativo" you can attach another file created during the project that you consider to be particularly significant.