Journalism & Digital Education Roundup, November 19, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    November 19, 2013

    1. Teaching j-school students cybersecurity (Laura Kirchner / Columbia Journalism Review)

    2. Why online classes might not be good for developing countries (Anya Kamenetz / Slate)

    3. NYU journalism students, faculty mourn the end of Condé Nast program (Richard Horgan / Mediabistro)


    4. Why tablets are so much better than textbooks (Peter Jacobs / Business Insider)

    5. Emerson College renaming communication school after Anchorman character – for one day (Asawin Suebsaeng / Mother Jones)



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