A trio of links that will be of interest to j-school students and teachers.

  • Top 10 Sites for Online Journalism Students. No surprises on Emily Kostic’s list, but a handy compendium of sites for keeping yourself informed and even engaged.
  • Journalism Research. A new Ning-based social network, set up by Paul Bradshaw, for networking journalism research. Subtitle, Researching News Just Got Networked, says it all.
  • Busting J-School Silos: What Will it Take? Amy Gahran gets some feedback on the question of how to integrate journalism and other college faculties, such as computer science. This follows an earlier, deep post she wrote, Overhauling J-School Completely. (And, no, I’m not pointing to this because my tweets are quoted in her Poynter piece.)