Journalism and Digital Education Roundup, September 18, 2012

    by Lily Leung
    September 18, 2012

    The best stories across the web on journalism and digital education

    1. Apps help students, teachers learn in real time (AP)

    2. Survey: Chinese students use technology more comprehensively than Americans (GigaOm)


    3. UCLA kills proposed online program focused on immigrants’ rights (LA Times)

    4. University of Iowa forms online partnership with Iowa Central Community College (The Daily Iowan)

    5. Teachers offer top tips on how to use tablets, laptops and mobile in the classroom (Guardian)


    6. Madison police use Twitter to let students know where they’ll be patrolling (Fox 11)

    7. How computerized tutors are learning to teach humans (NYT)

    Tagged: americans apps chinese students immigrants' rights iowa central community colleage laptops madison police mobile students tablets teachers technology twitter ucla university of iowa

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