Journalism Education Roundup, Nov. 8, 2011

    by Nathan Gibbs
    November 8, 2011

    The best stories across the web on journalism education

    1. Leveraging a “teaching hospital model” in journalism education (New America Foundation)


    2. Students “may be ‘digital natives,’ but they’re wretched at searching” (Wired)

    3. American Public University enlists faculty to write e-textbooks (Inside Higher Ed)


    4. Census: Journalism majors make about $50,000 (Poynter)

    5. News bosses talk shop in panel discussion on entrepreneurial journalism (Buzz Machine)

    6. The 50 best books for journalism students (Best Colleges Online)

    7. Plagiarism Report: Web sources for unoriginal content in student writing (Turnitin)

    8. Resources for training journalists (Steve Buttry)

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