Journalism and Digital Education Roundup, November 13, 2012

    by Leandro Oliva
    November 13, 2012

    The best stories across the web on journalism and digital education.

    1. Online universities: Why they still don’t measure up (ReadWrite)

    2. Schools are using social networking to involve parents (EdWeek)


    3. UK editors don’t think university education is essential for journalists (Guardian)

    4. Teachers report mixed impact of digital media (EdWeek)

    5. Online courses put pressure on third-world universities (Tech Review)


    6. Luring developers into the newsroom: A new class of Knight-Mozilla fellows tries to bridge a cultural divide (Nieman Lab)

    Tagged: digital education elearning journalism must reads online education

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