24 min

Teaching Journalism in a New, Data-Driven Way Education Trends

    • Higher Education

How does an economist go about teaching journalism? With algorithms of course. That’s what James T. Hamilton does at Stanford University where he serves as Hearst Professor of Communication and the Director of the Journalism Program at Stanford University. In this role, James is helping a new generation of journalists learn how to find and write stories using data.
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How does an economist go about teaching journalism? With algorithms of course. That’s what James T. Hamilton does at Stanford University where he serves as Hearst Professor of Communication and the Director of the Journalism Program at Stanford University. In this role, James is helping a new generation of journalists learn how to find and write stories using data.
Education Trends is brought to you by our friends at Vemo Education. Vemo works with higher education institutions to develop and implement income-based finance programs.
Want help designing an ISA program? Vemo has you covered. Go here to learn more about how Vemo partners with, and designs, ISAs for world-class higher education institutions.
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24 min