This award, made possible by the estate of Lorraine Dingman, honors work that best features and presents data journalism on digital and mobile platforms. The award will focus on the effectiveness of the data to tell a story, how well the data is presented to users, the journalistic impact and relevance of the data, and the design and functionality of the data presentation. Judges will also take into account the difficulty in acquiring the data. Winners will be asked to travel to the University of Florida (expenses paid) to lead full-day workshops.
Winners receive $15,000 in total prize money.See all winners in the The University of Florida Award for Investigative Data Journalism category.