Journalism and Digital Education Roundup, March 19, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    March 19, 2013

    1. Do universities hear the critics of journalism education? (Knight Foundation)

    2. Knight Foundation’s Newton: Many j-schools still haven’t mastered the web (Poynter)

    What do professors really think about the online courses they teach? (The Chronicle of Higher Education)

    4. How teachers use technology (Edutopia)


    5. Worse than working for free? Columbia Journalism School costs $84k per year (Slate)

    6. Colleges assess the cost of free, online-only courses (NYT)


    Tagged: columbia journalism school edtech j-schools journalism education MOOC online courses tuition

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