Journalism & Digital Education Newsletter, April 24, 2014

    by Julie Keck
    April 24, 2014

    1. Columbia student paper plans to drop daily print edition (Peter Sterne / Capital New York)

    2. What MIT learned from Mongolian teenager who aced a MOOC (Jeffrey R. Young / Slate)

    3. Mark Cuban’s foray into the #edtech industry (Katrina Stevens / EdSurge)


    4. Chrome smashing: Creating the inconceivable (Beth Holland / Edutopia)

    5. Panel is split on distance-education rule (Kelly Field / Chronicle of Higher Education)



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