NEW: The Periodic Table of iPad Apps for Primary aged pupils #edtech #elearning #ADE2017 #iPadEd #aussieED #TTPlay. Copy: Copy: ONLINE SAFETY ADVICE FROM PARENTS. 2000 young people told us about their online lives and the e-safety advice they were given. 43% of 9 year olds were not shown by parents or carers how to stay safe in a digital world.
Parents could help their children stay safe online if they remained involved after age 11 and gave advice to children equally, regardless of gender. I was shown how to stay safe online by a parent or carer... Parental input drops away: 15 year olds receive least parental online safety advice despite being at an age when a range of risks are at their highest. Spent 5+ hours online per day. Safer Internet Centre. E-safety Support – Knowledge Base. Anti bullying week Top Tips. Anti Bullying Alliance. These resources are designed to support schools with their activities this Anti-Bullying Week.
Please do share with us how your assemblies/lessons go on Twitter or by email firstname.lastname@example.org. The scholarly record…now on Twitter - OCLC Next. Literary criticism is not new.
Conducting it via Twitter is. In early 2016, distinguished Shakespearean scholar Brian Vickers published The One King Lear, a volume intended to address, and put to rest, a point of scholarly debate suggesting the play may have been revised after its initial publication. Another scholar, Holger Syme, found Vickers’ book wanting and shared his criticism in a series of 500+ tweets. Phil Bradley Internet Consultant: a New Way of Training. Training as we know it is broken The training market for librarians and information professionals that we’ve known for years is broken.
Courses are too expensive, both in terms of the cost of the course, the time out of the office, travel to a course and in some cases, overnight accommodation. Organisations are having their budgets squeezed and top of the list is training. Resource sheets for schools. The “Research Smarter” resource sheets have been produced by the CILIP Information Literacy Group and TeenTech under a Creative Commons license, which means that they are available to all schools to download from this website and to adapt and use with their own pupils to help support the delivery of any topic or activity that requires information literacy skills.
All of these works are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International license. The resource sheets are also available to download from the TeenTech website. They were created by the following colleagues on behalf of the CILIP IL Group: If you have any queries or feedback about these resources, please email the CILIP IL Group. Safer Internet Day 2017 - theme announced! We're pleased to announce that the theme for Safer Internet Day 2017 is ‘Be the Change: Unite for a better internet’ Coordinated in the UK by the UK Safer Internet Centre, last year’s celebration saw over a thousand organisations get involved to help promote the safe, responsible and positive use of digital technology for children and young people.
Safer Internet Day 2017 offers the opportunity to highlight positive uses of technology and to explore the role we all play in helping to create a better and safer online community. It calls upon young people, parents, carers, teachers, social workers, law enforcement, companies, policymakers, and wider, to join together in helping to create a better internet. The day will be celebrated globally, coordinated by the joint Insafe/INHOPE network, with over a hundred countries getting involved. Chromebook keyboard shortcuts - Chromebook Help. You can use keyboard shortcuts to complete some tasks more quickly.
Tip: To find shortcuts on this page, press Ctrl + f and enter what you're looking for. Popular shortcuts Take a screenshot: Press Ctrl + (or Ctrl + F5) Take a partial screenshot: Press Ctrl + Shift + (or Ctrl + Shift + F5), then click and drag Lock your screen: Press Search + L Sign out of your Google Account: Press Ctrl + Shift + q (twice) See all keyboard shortcuts: Press Ctrl + Alt + ? All other shortcuts Note: If you’re using a Windows or Mac keyboard, use the Windows key or Command key (Mac) in place of the Search key. Karen Blakeman Workshops - Advanced Search. Digital Literacy. CRACKING THE CODE (Top l.
–r.): Florida’s Orange County Library System offers about 250 distinct classes on topics ranging from computer basics to electronic prototyping. (Far r.): Hackathons have become popular events at California’s Santa Clara County Library District in Silicon Valley. Free-programming-books/free-programming-books.md at master · vhf/free-programming-books. Introduction To Python Programming. Do you want to become a programmer?
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HarvardX requires individuals who enroll in its courses on edX to abide by the terms of the edX honor code. HarvardX pursues the science of learning. Treehouse Library Accounts. Lynda.com: a global leader in online learning for library patrons and employees. Anybody can learn. Learn to code.