Resources

We’ve put together a variety of resources to help you with your Challenge Fund application. Be sure to follow the conversation on #hackcurriculum on Twitter to find updates, tips and other collaborators in your area.

Several resources were aggregated from Searchlights and Sunglasses: Field Notes from the Digital Age of Journalism. Chapter two explores the future of journalism education.

The Knight Foundation’s Eric Newton explains the teaching hospital model to European educators, putting the Challenge Fund for Innovation in Journalism Education in context. Transcript.


ONA Educators Facebook Group

A student’s take on the teaching hospital model in journalism (July 2014)

An open letter to America’s university presidents (April 2012)

Carnegie-Knight Initiative on the future of journalism education (2011)

Can slow-moving universities adapt quickly enough to teach in the digital age? (April 2013)

The information needs of communities (July 2011)

Shaping 21st century journalism (October 2011)

Do universities hear the critics of journalism education (March 2013)

The future of journalism education: 2013 Poynter NewsU survey (July 2013)

Do journalists need a journalism degree? Educators, practitioners disagree (Aug. 2013)

Do journalism schools really need to be teaching hospitals? (Aug. 2013)

Why we need a better conversation about the future of journalism education (April 2013)

Journalism education reform: How far should it go? (May 2012)

We’re pulling together more resources and following the conversation happening around journalism education below. If you have suggestions for additional resources, email challengefund@journalists.org or join the conversation with #hackcurriculum.