Journalism & Digital Education Roundup: June 1, 2017

    by Aileen Gallagher
    June 1, 2017

    1. Trump’s Attacks on the Media Are Affecting Interest in Journalism Programs (Nicholas Padiak / Teen Vogue)

    2. UNL Journalism Class Win Kennedy Human Rights Award, Beats HBO, New Yorker (Matthew Hansen / Omaha World-Herald)

    3. First-generation Journalism Students on Assignment for New York Times (Elizabeth A. Harris / New York Times)


    4. Associated Collegiate Press Announces 2017 Online Pacemaker Finalists (ACP)

    5. After the Hype, Do MOOC Ventures Like edX Still Matter? (Goldie Blumenstyk / Chronicle of Higher Ed)

    6. Editorial: AZ Governor’s Veto a Shame, But Start With Basics on Student Journalism (Havasu News)

    Tagged: associated collegiate press MOOC university of nebraska-lincoln

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