Specialized Reporting Institutes: Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Specialized Reporting Institute (SRI)?
Specialized Reporting Institutes provide an opportunity for intensive training in a timely, important topic for journalists and others who are reporting, writing or teaching on that topic. They are organized and administered by a host who plans and carries out the program. SRIs last two days and involve 15-20 participants.
What is an SRI resource page?
An SRI resource page is a web page of links to key sources and resources on the SRI topic, materials from the event and other training that reflect the training from your SRI. Yes, it is a required element of your grant, along with a webinar. Poynter will build the resource page with information The resource pages for all SRIs reside on Poynter's NewsU Here are two resource pages: Resources for Covering Municipal Spending in the Post-Stimulus Era and Resources for Covering Sexual Abuse of Children.