Tag: mobile media

by Jenny Xie

Education technology — “Edtech” — has become an area of intense innovation and debate — with topics like Massive Open Online Courses, coding for kids, and tablets constantly attracting attention and sparking debate every day. But how are teachers and students responding to the constant influx of new digital tools? The latest Pew Research Center [...] more »

by Mark Drapeau

Picture this: You’re waiting in line at your favorite local drugstore or grocery store and have two minutes to kill. What do you do? Five years ago, many people would flip through one of the many magazines positioned near the checkout counter: Cosmo, maybe, or Esquire. In 2013, we still browse and buy magazines in [...] more »

by Julie Keck

1. MOOC course with 41k students, “Fundamentals of Online Education,” shut down following complaints (InsideHigherEd) 2. Something to think about as you sign those student loans: Median salary for reporters $35k, $52k for editors (Poynter) 3. New research in digital scholarship: Twitter philosophies, dying on Facebook, and the age of mobile media (Nieman) 4. What’s [...] more »