Journalism & Digital Education Roundup, May 7, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    May 7, 2015

    1. Why journalism students don’t learn CS (Lindsey Cook / OpenNews Source)

    2. Feminists at Mary Washington say they were threatened on Yik Yak (Justin Jouvenal & T. Rees Shapiro / Washington Post)

    3. Digital content provider EdX settles with DOJ after allegations of inaccessibility (Audrey Armitage / Education Week)


    4. Another use for Yik Yak on campus? Cheating on exams (Casey Fabris / Chronicle of Higher Education)

    5. Inside social scientists’ new data dilemma (Tara E. Buck / EdTech Magazine)



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