Development challenge focuses on ‘Better news for the smart home’
Non-MU students must participate in hackathon to be eligible for 2018-19 RJI Student Competition.
Student competition team maps out path to success in Austin, 20 other cities
Maply is a crowdsourced mobile map app for finding and sharing what’s happening nearby. It was created by four University of Missouri undergraduates and was awarded the Technical Merit Award at the 2015–2016 annual RJI student competition. Since that time, the Maply team was selected for the Startup Spotlight at SXSW 2017, has expanded its … Continued
One of five RJI Student Competition finalist teams includes Truman State participant
Five teams of students will begin work on developing technology platforms and apps to address journalism challenges for the 2018 RJI Student Competition. Working alongside one of the teams is a Truman State University student — the first non-University of Missouri student to participate in the 11-year-old competition at the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute. … Continued
Six things participants need to know about the 2017-2018 RJI Student Competition
The 2017-2018 RJI Student Competition will differ in two ways from past competitions: Students from outside the University of Missouri are eligible to participate and teams may address any issue facing the news industry. The annual technology competition is sponsored by the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute at the Missouri School of Journalism. Past winning … Continued
Video: Ryan Platt speaks about creating Maply
Ryan Platt speaks about creating Maply.
Interviewing tool for Apple Watch wins 2016 RJI Student Competition
Technical Merit award goes to event-mapping app