Journalism & Digital Education Roundup, Jan. 28, 2016

    by Courtney Lowery Cowgill
    January 28, 2016

    Each Thursday, we round up the top stories of the week in journalism education and digital learning. Sign up here to get the Journalism & Digital Education Roundup delivered to your inbox.

    1. This Is What It’s Like to Launch a Journalism School From Scratch (Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab)

    2. Vice Launches a Paid Summer Fellowship for “Underrepresented Communities” (Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Lab)


    3. Cronkite School, Arizona PBS Launch Crowdfunding Campaign to Expand Coverage of Immigration, Border (ASU)

    4. Does Technology Ever Reduce the Costs of Teaching? (Corinne Ruff / Chronicle of Higher Education) (subscription)

    5. Knight News Challenge Winners Focus on Data and Transparency (Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Lab)


    6. Survey: Teachers Say Tech Distractions More Concerning Than Privacy, Security (Joshua Bolkan / THE Journal)

    7. USC Annenberg Launches New Site Powered by The Washington Post (USC Annenberg)

    8. 7 Media Behaviors of Post-Millennials (Reuben Stern / Reynolds Journalism Institute)

    9. Google Offers Free, Three-Month Course on Deep Learning (James Vincent / The Verge)

    10. Online Learning Options Combat Snow Day Closures Across Country (D. Frank Smith / EdTech Magazine)

    See next week’s Journalism & Digital Ed Round up before anyone else!

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