Journalism and Digital Education Roundup, February 5, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    February 5, 2013

    1. MOOC course with 41k students, “Fundamentals of Online Education,” shut down following complaints (InsideHigherEd)

    2. Something to think about as you sign those student loans: Median salary for reporters $35k, $52k for editors (Poynter)

    3. New research in digital scholarship: Twitter philosophies, dying on Facebook, and the age of mobile media (Nieman)


    4. What’s behind the reluctance of many scholars to tweet? A loss of control over their research (Guardian)

    5. 20 must-use tech tools for educators (Huffington Post)


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