Journalism & Digital Education Roundup: June 29, 2017

    by Aileen Gallagher
    June 29, 2017

    Each Thursday, we round up the top stories of the week in journalism education and digital learning. Sign up here to get the Journalism & Digital Education Roundup delivered to your inbox.

    1. How Silicon Valley Pushed Coding Into American Classrooms (Natasha Singer / New York Times)

    2. Stop Censoring Student Journalists – We’re Trying to Hold Universities to Account (Anonymous / The Guardian)


    3. Digital Literacy is For Professors, Too (Shontavia Johnson / Inside Higher Ed)

    4. Arizona High School Students Imagine Journalism’s Future at ASU Camp (Stacy Sullivan /Arizona Republic)

    5. Why I’m Optimistic About the Next Wave of Education Technology (Jason Palmer / EdSurge)

    Tagged: arizona state university coding digital literacy ed tech

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