Journalism and Digital Education Roundup, April 2, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    April 2, 2013

    1. Are j-schools an escalator to nowhere? (JimRomenesko.com)

    2. School device rollouts generate more questions (EdSurge)

    3. The Brown Institute for Media Innovation is finding its niche (Nieman)


    4. Columbia j-school professor wants to crowdsource longform journalism publishing (Poynter)

    5. You’re distracted. This professor can help. (The Chronicle of Higher Education)

    6. 10 tips for becoming a connected educator (Edutopia)


    Tagged: brown institute for media innovation columbia connected crowdsourcing distraction edtech helen gurley brown innovation j-school magic grants stanford

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