Journalism & Digital Education Roundup, October 15, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    October 15, 2015

    1. Democratic senators push legislation that would offer free, shareable college textbooks (via Daily Kos)

    2. Can campus networks ever be secure? (Josephine Wolff / The Atlantic)

    3. A top proponent of higher-ed disruption moves to put his theories into practice (Goldie Blumenstyk / Chronicle of Higher Education)


    4. How to modernize a campus data center for all possibilities (Dave Doucette / EdTech)

    5. MIT intros MOOC MicroMaster’s (Dian Schaffhauser / Campus Technology)

    6. Higher ed’s Moneyball? (Eric Westervelt / NPR)


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