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Links 1 through 10 of 47 by Bryan Murley tagged education

"An attempt to answer common myths about copyright seen on the net and cover issues related to copyright and USENET/Internet publication."

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A number of posts examining the present and future state of journalism education. On my "to read" list.

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Robert Niles offers tips to those just beginning in j-school.

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"Colleges have for years been warning students to keep their Facebook and Myspace pages free of embarrassing photos or writings, but a more recent phenomenon is the emergence of concrete policies governing how faculty and other employees use social media."

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"I’m getting a little bit tired of articles like this one in Inside Higher Ed today that give voice to the following argument: “Some believe journalism schools are exploiting students by maintaining high enrollment levels despite the contraction of the market for professional journalists — a system that guarantees a large population of out-of-work, debt-addled graduates.”

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"Textbooks have not gone the way of the scroll yet, but many educators say that it will not be long before they are replaced by digital versions — or supplanted altogether by lessons assembled from the wealth of free courseware, educational games, videos and projects on the Web." - the problem is quality.

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"Universities are finally losing their monopoly on higher learning, as the web inexorably becomes the dominant infrastructure for knowledge serving both as a container and as a global platform for knowledge exchange between people. Meanwhile on campus, there is fundamental challenge to the foundational modus operandi of the University — the model of pedagogy. Specifically, there is a widening gap between the model of learning offered by many big universities and the natural way that young people who have grown up digital best learn." - get back to me when you get rid of academic publishing companies who lock up academic research behind paywalls.

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"That’s never more true than now, because, well, most all professors at j-schools are from an era that digitization is fast making irrelevant (There are many exceptions, two at Temple being here and here). The rules are broken and more than ever, journalism schools are repugnantly, distastefully, woefully far from leading students to careers, aside from the Temple name and, yes, the contacts they make."

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"Indiana University business student Chandler Berty told Wired.com he would consider a Kindle DX if e-books cost less than used physical textbooks. He added, however, that college students already carry laptops, which are superior to the Kindle, rendering the reader unnecessary." - yeah, that cost issue. Who's expecting textbook cos. to lower cost?

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