Tag: colleges

by Ryan Frank

I have a confession: I was part of the problem for American newspapers. In 2005, I had just started covering City Hall, and I felt like my newspaper career had taken off. I covered people in suits walking fast through an important building. I measured my success by how many times I landed on the […] more »

by Lily Leung

The best stories across the web on journalism and digital education 1. Guardian to enter into the business of journalism training (Press Gazette) 2. Intel to launch StudyBook tablet in China, Brazil later this year (Register) 3. Tech tools can help special-needs kids communicate, play (PennLive) 4. Video games meet math in student competition (Education Week) […] more »

by Anne Nelson

From what I can tell, most of my fellow educators spend more time criticizing Wikipedia than engaging with it. The conversation tends to go round in a fairly tiresome circle: The first educator points to an article on the subject of his/her expertise and points to a glaring error to demonstrate that the whole enterprise […] more »