Journalism Education Roundup, Nov. 22, 2011

    by Nathan Gibbs
    November 22, 2011

    The best stories across the web on journalism education

    1. Evaluating Plagiarism: Part I & Part 2 (Best Colleges Online)


    2. Four ways journalism educators are using Storify as a teaching tool (Poynter)

    3. Ricky Bordelon: Social media in the classroom has some benefits, many drawbacks (The Ram)

    4. Journalist’s Resource attempts to make academic research more user-friendly for journalists (Nieman Journalism Lab)


    5. University of Missouri to limit lecture recording (Associated Press)

    6. Stanford lends its name to brand online high school (Times Union)

    Tagged: academic research journalist's resource learning plagiarism social media stanford storify university of missouri

    Comments are closed.

  • About EducationShift

    EducationShift aims to move journalism education forward with coverage of innovation in the classroom as journalism and communications schools around the globe are coping with massive technological change. The project includes a website, bi-weekly Twitter chats at #EdShift, mixers and workshops, and webinars for educators.
    Amanda Bright: Education Curator
    Mark Glaser: Executive Editor
    Design: Vega Project

    MediaShift received a grant from the Knight Foundation to revamp its EducationShift section to focus on change in journalism education.
  • Who We Are

    MediaShift is the premier destination for insight and analysis at the intersection of media and technology. The MediaShift network includes MediaShift, EducationShift, MetricShift and Idea Lab, as well as workshops and weekend hackathons, email newsletters, a weekly podcast and a series of DigitalEd online trainings.

    About MediaShift »
    Contact us »
    Sponsor MediaShift »
    MediaShift Newsletters »

    Follow us on Social Media