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    Journalism Education Roundup, Dec. 14, 2011

    by Nathan Gibbs
    December 14, 2011

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    The best stories across the web on journalism education

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    1. Some quick lessons for student journalists: Penn State scandal (Newspaper and Online News)

    2. Don’t study in the j-school after midnight…or else (J-School Buzz)

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    3. YouTube offers all schools education-only link, beefs up K-12 content (MindShift)

    4. Friendly advice for teachers: Beware of Facebook (NPR)

    5. Tips for teachers on modeling online courses after social games (EDU News)

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