Journalism & Digital Education Roundup, April 7, 2016

    by Courtney Lowery Cowgill
    April 7, 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. Nearly Half of Students Are Open to Free-Speech Restrictions on Campuses, Survey Finds (Rio Fernandes / Chronicle of Higher Education)

    2. Finalists announced in Newhouse School’s 10th annual Mirror Awards Competition (Wendy S. Loughlin / Newhouse School at Syracuse University)


    3. A Crucial Skill That Most J-Schools Aren’t Teaching (Charles Berret and Cheryl Phillips / Columbia Journalism Review)

    4. International JSK Journalism Fellows named for 2016-17 (John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford)

    5. University of Phoenix Lays Off 470, Most in Arizona (Ronald J. Hansen / The Arizona Republic)


    6. Why Digital Education Could Be a Double-Edged Sword (PBS NewsHour)

    7. MIT Releases Online Education Policy Initiative Report (Jessica Fujimori / MIT News)

    8. Online Education as a Catalyst for Organizational Change? (Joshua Kim / Inside Higher Ed)

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