Educators Focus on Social Media, Digital-First Newsrooms and ‘Fake News’


The most prevalent trends in journalism education for 2017 are far from monolithic.

Social media’s uses and limitations. Digital media’s prominence in student newsrooms and J-School curricula. News literacy, or “fake news,” that warrants transparency and strengthened ethics. Innovation in technology but also mindset. Data analytics for increased visibility and audience engagement.

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