Tag: online courses

by Julie Keck

1. What colleges can learn from journalism schools (Libby Nelson / Vox) 2. Stanford scholars flex know-how at learning, design, and technology expo (Leonard Medlock / EdSurge) 3. Will free online courses ever replace a college education? (Benjamin Winterhalter / The Atlantic) 4. What will the future of education look like? (Krystal D’Costa / Scientific [...] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Beware of the high cost of ‘free’ online courses (NYT) 2. Colleges weigh options on student response systems (EdTech) 3. Journalism school experimenting with drones as innovative reporting tool (NY Daily News) 4. In the developing world, MOOCs start to get real (MIT Tech Review) 5. The do’s and don’ts of pitching technology to [...] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Do universities hear the critics of journalism education? (Knight Foundation) 2. Knight Foundation’s Newton: Many j-schools still haven’t mastered the web (Poynter) 3. What do professors really think about the online courses they teach? (The Chronicle of Higher Education) 4. How teachers use technology (Edutopia) 5. Worse than working for free? Columbia Journalism School [...] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Should ‘real’ students consider an online course on the side? (The Guardian) 2. Discovering common ground between computer science and journalism (Nieman) 3. To MOOC or not to MOOC (The Chronicle of Higher Education) 4. How WYNC’s data journalism efforts show new opportunities for journalists (Columbia Journalism Review) 5. The Need for a Digital [...] more »