Journalism & Digital Education Roundup, December 11, 2014

by Julie Keck
December 11, 2014

1. Harvard’s Shorenstein Center to continue Carnegie-Knight Initiative in support of journalism education reform and knowledge building with new $1 million investment (via Knight Foundation)

2. Sexual harassment in the age of MOOCs (Steve Kolowich / Chronicle of Higher Education)

3. E-learning on snow days in Pennsylvania, Kentucky raises concerns (Benjamin Herold / Education Week)


4. University of Wisconsin developers blend classwork with apps (D. Frank Smith / EdTech Higher Education)

5. Celebrating Grace Hopper’s legacy in the computer science classroom (Sheena Vaidyanathan / EdSurge)

6. Is your school #futureready? (Suzie Boss / Edutopia)



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