Nieman Foundation at Harvard
With its $250 election-night event, The New York Times is offering some of its readers a new kind of fix
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Articles by Mindy McAdams

Mindy McAdams has been teaching online journalism at the University of Florida since 1999. Previously she was a copy editor at Time magazine and at The Washington Post. She was also the first content developer at Digital Ink, The Washington Post’s first online news site, in 1994.
“If an article page was a place that did not offer us 300 navigation choices and 25 butt-ugly ads, but instead provided several appealing doorways to a diverse selection of high-quality content, what would be the result?”
Journalism school students often choose the field because they like writing. So getting them to code requires more than instruction — it takes convincing.