Tag: online classes

by Sonia Paul

Each week, PBS MediaShift will list upcoming online trainings and courses for journalists and media people — with a focus on digital training. We’ll include our new DigitalEd courses, as well as those from Mediabistro, NewsU, KDMC and others. If we’re missing anything, please let us know at mediashift [at] pbs [dot] org. FEATURED TRAINING THREAD […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Arizona State and edX will offer an online freshman year, open to all (Charles Huckabee / Chronicle of Higher Education) 2. District extends wi-fi to students in public housing (Michelle R. Davis / Education Week) 3. If only a Pulitzer paid his salary: Rob Kuznia’s journalism rollercoaster (Lloyd Grove / The Daily Beast) 4. […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Why free is not the future of digital content in education (Mary Cullinane / Wired) 2. ‘Education innovation clusters’ aim to improve schools (Michele Molnar / Education Week) 3. Sydney Opera House models the future of digital education (via Business Wire) 4. Online or in-person? One college lets students switch back and forth (Casey […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Journalism curator Longform launching first iPhone app (Jeremy Barr / Capital New York) 2. Mail Online’s ad revenues rise nearly 50% year on year (John Plunkett / The Guardian) 3. Y Combinator releases its curriculum as a Stanford class — and online (Liz Gannes / Re/code) 4. College newspaper drops print, first to operate […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. University of Phoenix, purveyor of online as well as brick and mortar classes, faces probation from accreditor (The Chronicle of Higher Education) 2. Using Google Hangouts for teacher development (Edutopia) 3. Drones go to journalism school (Fast Company) 4. Opportunity Gap App uses Foursquare to share school data (EdSurge) 5. Saving money in schools […] more »

by Audrey Watters

You can learn anything you want on the Internet, so the adage goes. But even if that’s true, even if it’s now easier than ever to learn about almost any subject online, there are still very few opportunities to gain formal recognition — “credit,” if you will — for informal learning done online. In September, […] more »

by Audrey Watters

This summer, Stanford University announced its plans to make three of its introductory computer science classes available for free to the general public. The classes — Machine Learning, Introduction to Databases, and Introduction to Artificial Intelligence — were to be taught by Stanford faculty and held online in conjunction with the regular on-campus courses held […] more »