Journalism & Digital Education Roundup: July 6, 2017

    by Aileen Gallagher
    July 6, 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. Why Did a UCLA Instructor With a Popular Free-Speech Course Lose His Job? (Sarah Brown / Chronicle of Higher Ed)

    2. In the Knowledge Economy, We Need a Netflix of Education (Karl Mehta and Rob Harles / Tech Crunch)


    3. Tired Edtech Trends That Teachers Wish Would Retire (Mary Jo Madda / EdSurge)

    4. Do Free Speech and Inclusivity Clash? (Doug Lederman / Inside Higher Ed)

    5. A New Kind of Tech Job Emphasizes Skills, Not a College Degree (Steve Lohr / New York Times)

    Tagged: edtech free speech inclusivity

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