Category: Registration

Texas Tribune, ISOJ and Hacks/Hackers join forces on hackathon to promote engagement ahead of 2020 election

Due to the cancellation of in-person events for ISOJ 2020, this hackathon has been canceled. Developers, designers, researchers, journalists and political junkies are invited to convene to build tools to inform and educate voters ahead of the 2020 election. The Texas Tribune, in partnership with the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas and Hacks/Hackers, …  Read More

Take in some culture and art at ISOJ

Looking for a quiet space to think about everything you’re learning at ISOJ? Austin has a number of museums within walking distance or a short drive from the main conference location. Blanton Museum of Art Location 200 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Austin, TX 78712 Phone: (512) 471-5482 The 21st International Symposium on Online …  Read More

Where to stay in Austin? Hotel options for ISOJ 2020

The 21st International Symposium on Online Journalism (ISOJ) will take place from April 24-25, 2020 at the Blanton Museum of Art on the University of Texas at Austin’s campus. Reserved hotel room blocks are available at the DoubleTree Suites Hotel. You can find more information about other nearby hotels — along with transportation and parking details — …  Read More

Make your lunchtime plans for ISOJ 2019

As you prepare for your time at ISOJ, we want to help make your time here in Austin as enjoyable and as easy as possible. Your ISOJ registration will cover the cost of breakfast, coffee, and snacks both days of the conference, as well as food and beverages at our Thursday and Friday night receptions. …  Read More

What to see and do in Austin, Texas

  Welcome to Austin, Texas! We consistently rank #1 (or nearly there) on lists of the country’s top cities to visit and live. We’re also a “media hotbed,” as big publishers have flocked to our fair city in recent years. And as you may know, we’re the Live Music Capital of the World. But are …  Read More

Register now for pre-ISOJ workshop on confronting online violence against female journalists

Registration is open for a day-long workshop examining the risks female journalists face on the internet. The workshop, titled “Strategies to confront online violence: Female journalists cultivating resilience & building community,” will be held April 11, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Belo Center for New Media on the University of Texas …  Read More