Journalism & Digital Education Roundup, January 29, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    January 29, 2015

    1. The ethics, hurdles, and payoff of advising an online student newspaper (David Cutler / Edutopia)

    2. The folly of banning Yik Yak on school campuses (Ted Scheinman / Pacific Standard)

    3. Journalism school dean: The First Amendment ends at insulting Mohammed (via Hot Air)


    4. ​Will digital accessible books improve reading for students with dyslexia? (Valerie Chernek / EdSurge)

    5. The new interlibrary loan (Barbara Fister / Inside Higher Ed)



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