Journalism & Digital Education Roundup, April 9, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    April 9, 2015

    1. Top journalism students to lead in-depth marijuana report at ASU (via ASU News)

    2. Three ways to improve technology-assisted learning (Matt Candler / Medium)

    3. How can we really get more women into tech? (Suw / Finding Ada)


    4. Do j-school classes have a diversity problem? Ask the students (Aeman Ansari / J-Source)

    5. Public and private schools share edtech strategies in Twitter chat (Audrey Armitage / Education Week)

    6. New offering from Noodle will help colleges build online programs (Casey Fabris / Chronicle of Higher Education)



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