The 8 Best Chrome Privacy Extensions for Better Security Google Chrome is the world’s most popular web browser. But it isn’t the world’s most private browser—not by a long shot. Chrome receives consistently poor reviews regarding its approach to privacy. As the world’s largest advertising company, Google is a prime position to exploit the millions of Chrome users around the globe. Advertisement SoundVolumeView - View/change sound levels & save/load sound level profiles on Windows Vista/7/8/2008 Description SoundVolumeView is a simple tool for Windows Vista/7/8/2008 that displays general information and current volume level for all active sound components on your system, and allows you to mute and unmute them instantly. SoundVolumeView also allows you to save a sound profile into a file, containing the current volume level and the mute/unmute state of all sound components, as well as the default sound devices, and then later, load the same file to restore exactly the same volume levels and settings. There is also extensive command-line support, which allows you to save/load profiles, change current volume of every sound component, and mute/unmute every sound component, without displaying any user interface. System Requirements
Naace: eGuides Naace publishes a series of publications, developed to address the ongoing needs of schools – the Naace eGuides. Naace believes that technology has a major role to play in raising standards in learning across the curriculum, provided teachers know how to adapt their pedagogies in order to maximise the potential gains offered by learning technologies. The eGuides help teachers to do that. There are three categories of eGuides: Online Visual Traceroute Map Data Map data ©2017 Google, INEGI Map Satellite
How to Quickly Turn a Blog Post Into a Video Last week I published 5 Ways to Create Social Videos. In that post I included a neat tool called Lumen5 that can be used to turn blog posts or any other written text that you own into a video. In the video below you'll see that Lumen5 takes the text of your article and breaks into small chunks to be displayed on slides. Lumen5 then automatically detects keywords in those chunks of text and adds corresponding images to the slides. Finally, music is added to the video. You can override any of the automatic selections that Lumen5 makes.
Universal Design for Learning Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework developed by CAST, an Understood founding partner. UDL guides the design of learning experiences to proactively meet the needs of all learners. When you use UDL, you assume that barriers to learning are in the design of the environment, not in the student. The Truth Is Coming And It Cannot Be Stopped Shortly after Edward Snowden went public with his findings on the NSA’s surveillance program, he uttered some very powerful words: “All I can say right now is the US Government is not going to be able to cover this up by jailing or murdering me. Truth is coming, and it cannot be stopped.” Truth is coming, and it cannot be stopped.
Tecnología gratuita para docentes: 5 formas de crear videos sociales Yesterday, I wrote about a new video creation tool called InVideo. InVideo is one of many tools to emerge in the last couple years that is designed to help users create eye-catching videos to post on social media platforms like Instagram and Twitter. These videos use a mix of images and text to grab your attention and quickly tell a short story. SketchBook Blog Adobe Analytics We use Adobe Analytics to collect data about your behavior on our sites. This may include pages you’ve visited, trials you’ve initiated, videos you’ve played, purchases you’ve made, your IP address or device ID, and your Autodesk ID. We use this data to measure our site performance and evaluate the ease of your online experience, so we can enhance our features.
free video cutter » Tomato Blog Free video cutter is a tool that could be used to cut videos, remove the unwanted content in the beginning or end to make a good quality video. Download locally: Or you can also download from cnet: Here is the screenshot: Free video cutter Here is a list of features: Teaching on Zoom: Breaking (Out) Bad? Try these 7 tips… – Lee Donaghy On Sunday I replied to a short Twitter conversation about most of the conversation in Zoom break out rooms being about being in a Zoom break out room with the following thread of tips for making sure most of the conversation in Zoom break out rooms is not about being in a Zoom break out room: I certainly know the feeling of time in a break out room not being used effectively, but as with all good teaching there are things we can do to reduce the likelihood of this and to maximise the effectiveness of break outs – we simply have to take the principles we know would work well in-person and apply them to online mode, taking advantage of the capabilities of Zoom as a platform. I do all of my teaching of trainee and early career teachers on Zoom these days, so have had plenty of practice, and so I thought fleshing out the 7 tips I tweeted might be useful for those who use the platform for their teaching/training/development sessions with teachers. 1. Keep timing tight. 2.
How to Deploy HTTPS Correctly By Chris Palmer and Yan Zhu Originally published on 15 Nov 2010. Revised on 12 Dec 2013. Internet technologists have always known that HTTP is insecure, causing many risks to users.