Journalism and Digital Education Roundup, April 3, 2012

    by Lily Leung
    April 3, 2012

    The best stories across the web on journalism and digital education

    1. Who made NYU’s list of Top 100 journalists? (Poynter)

    2. Some colleges requiring students to take computer science (US News and World Report)


    3. iPads more accepted in U.S. classrooms (Boston Herald)

    4. Why e-books in classrooms make sense (Seeking Alpha)

    5. UNC journalism school alters grammar and spelling test in response to technology (Daily Tar Heel)


    Tagged: computer science e-books grammar ipads in the classroom journalism eduation must reads nyu technology and learning unc

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