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Check out our recap of Transparency Camp 2012.
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Check out our newest review roundup. This time: tools for optical character recognition.
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And we're relaunched! Check out +Reporters' Lab for reporting tool reviews, developer challenges and research opportunities all aimed at advancing the practice of investigative reporting.
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Are you a citizen journalist? Developer? Professional reporter? Researcher? Join our new public forum for discussion about cutting-edge projects and technology in public affairs reporting!
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Welcome to our new Google+ page! Add us to your circles to stay updated on Duke University's Reporters' Lab project and join conversations about how you can use technology to reduce the costs of public affairs reporting.
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Introduction

The Reporter's Lab is a project to curate, create and deploy tools, techniques and research into a vital phase of journalism that has sometimes been left behind by technology: the expensive work of uncovering and piecing together investigative and public affairs stories from reluctant sources and obscure or secret records.

The lab and its associated projects are supported by Duke University's DeWitt Wallace Center for Media and Democracy.