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by Julie Keck

1. Librarians leap to the aid of researchers whose funding will soon depend on open access (Mary Ellen McIntire / Chronicle of Higher Education – registration required) 2. Education technology deals reach $1.6 billion in first half of 2015 (Tony Wan & Tyler McNally / EdSurge) 3. Campus technology 2015: Q&A with MakerBot’s Jordan Brehove […] more »

Must Reads
by Julie Keck

1. How ICIJ established a new model for cross-border reporting (Jack Murtha / Columbia Journalism Review) 2. Limits at Gawker? Rules at Reddit? Wild west web turns a page (Jonathan Mahler / New York Times) 3. How a collaborative approach is helping NPR and local stations raise more money (Justin Ellis / Nieman Lab) 4. […] more »

Must Reads
by Julie Keck

1. Self-published title competes on Polari longlist (Sarah Shaffi / The Bookseller) 2. New survey tackles tax issues around books (Nicholas Clee / Publishers Weekly) 3. Using Pinterest to market children’s picture books (Darcy Pattison / JaneFriedman.com) 4. Amazon Follow lets authors connect with fans (Nate Hoffelder / Ink, Bits & Pixels) 5. Open E-Books […] more »

Must Reads
by Julie Keck

1. White House to engage Iran critics through @TheIranDeal (Nahal Toosi / Politico) 2. Men who harass women online are quite literally losers, new study finds (Caitlin Dewey / Washington Post) 3. CartoDB lets anyone visualize their data with one-click mapping (Christine Magee / TechCrunch) 4. PayPal is now worth more than Netflix, eBay, and […] more »

Must Reads
by Julie Keck

1. Netflix, Amazon get record Emmy nods (Cecilia Kang / Washington Post) 2. Inside the tech divorce of the decade: PayPal and eBay start a new life without each other (JP Mangalindan / Mashable) 3. ‘The soul of Google': What the return of Kordestani says about the Mountain View monolith (Mark Bergen / Re/code) 4. […] more »

Must Reads
by Julie Keck

1. New Reddit rules will crack down on some hate communities, leave others standing  (Adi  Robertson / The Verge) 2. Former Reddit CEO:The trolls are winning the battle for the Internet (Ellen Pao / Washington Post) 3. Chart: Netflix preferred over TV nets across multiple demos, study finds (Susanne Ault / Variety) 4. Hulu explores […] more »

Must Reads
by Julie Keck

1. Parents and social media (via Pew Research Center) 2. Fostering creativity with makerspaces (Nicholas Provenzano / Edutopia) 3. Why teachers make the best edtech administrators (Mary Jo Madda / EdSurge) 4. Web platform seeks to give students an alternative to the ‘wall of text’ (Meg Bernhard / Chronicle of Higher Education) 5. UF College […] more »

Must Reads
by Julie Keck

1. Emily Bell: News groups should harness tech in the service of ‘good’ journalism (Mackenzie Weinger / news:rewired) 2. The evolving role of news on Twitter and Facebook (via Pew Research Center) 3. Two police forces breached code on protection of journalists’ sources (Ewen MacAskill / Guardian) 4. Password sharing: Are Netflix, HBO missing $500 […] more »

Must Reads
by Julie Keck

1. The rise of the mobile editor (Mario Garcia / Poynter) 2. Chatting in secret while we’re all being watched (Micah Lee / The Intercept) 3. News site Water Deeply will tackle the California drought crisis (Sarah Lawson / Fast Company) 4. What are they thinking? Rafat Ali’s go long, go deep vertical strategy (Ken […] more »

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