Should journalism schools work with existing media enterprises or
create their own? What role will online instruction tools play in the
educational process? What if creating work instead of tests will be the
preferred way students have to show competency to get their certificate?
Should a j-school become an incubator for new enterprises? Jeff Jarvis answers:
Nieman Lab :: One-size-fits-all classes don’t work in an environment where students’ digital skills are so uneven. And journalism schools should be looking to serve the world beyond those who pay tuition.
[Jeff Jarvis:] At CUNY, we find that classroom instruction is proving to be less and less viable as a means of teaching digital media tools.
"Here's a blueprint for radical innovation in journalism education" - Read Jeff Jarvis, www.niemanlab.org
Recommended: Not theory (only), but practice: watch "'TREAT': Burda's journalism students launch innovative new magazine"