Journalism and Digital Education Roundup, March 12, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    March 12, 2013

    1. A proposed Texas law promotes correcting incorrect news, online and off (Nieman)

    2. MOOCs and assessments and makers, oh my! A SXSWedu summary (EdSurge)

    3. The Telegraph group cuts 80 print jobs, creates 50 digital jobs (Guardian)


    4. Citizen journalism school turns coffee shops into classrooms (Crosscut)

    5. Transitioning from text books to open educational resources (Edutopia)


    Tagged: citizen reporting digital disruption MOOC open-source textbooks sxsw 2013 texas the telegraph

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