Digital Intelligence and Investigation Tools By providing operational support to high-profile intrusion, identity theft, and general computer crime investigations, DIID is able to see the current limitations of computer forensics and incident response in the field first hand. Combining applied research with the unique talents, operational experience, research capabilities, and the vast knowledge base of Carnegie Mellon University, we have developed resources, training, and tools to facilitate forensic examinations and assist authorized members of the law enforcement community. Restricted Access Tools Users can access the following tools after they register and are vetted. Live View LE allows forensic investigators to take a physical device or an image file of a disk or partition and automatically transform it into a virtual machine.
The 10 Best Web Tools For Flipped Classrooms While flipping the classroom is still one of the hottest trends in education, it’s got nothing on time-saving and downright useful apps and web tools. In an effort to provide a quick look at some of the best web tools for flipped classrooms, I thought it would be useful to poll the @Edudemic Twitter followers. Including the tweets, I also got at least 40 emails from friends, colleagues, and administrators from around the world. One thing stood out to me: there were a lot of repeats!
#EmpowerHer: Combining technology and the creativity of youth to promote the economic empowerment of women in the Maghreb In common with many other countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, Morocco and Tunisia have a huge untapped source of human talent. Underperformance of labor markets over the years has left many people, especially young men and women, with a sense of exclusion. In the Maghreb, women still are unable to compete on an equal footing as the limited economic opportunities that do exist generally go to men. The World Bank gender strategy aims to help countries remove constraints for more and better jobs for women and remove barriers so that women have access to finance, technology, land and other productive assets.
Journey Into The Hidden Web: A Guide For New Researchers Table Of Contents 1. What is the Deep Web? 1.1 Databases for People Research 1.2 Other Types of Deep Web Research 1.3 Tor Websites 15 Best Google Drive Add-Ons for Education Google Drive has enabled Google Add Ons and there are some that you and your students will want to enable right away. Others may appeal more to professional developers or those who work remotely . I have updated this post and also held a free webinar talking about my favorite Google Drive Add Ons.
Foreign Language Virtual Field Trips: A Travel Guide… March 24, 2017 Like many educators, I teach students cultural literacy in order to cultivate compassionate global citizens. In pursuit of this gain, my foreign language colleagues and I collaborate to provide a taste of the world for our students through the use of technology. Internet Search Engines - Search Engine Guide Blog Search Engines Directory Internet search engines are categorized by topic in our searchable directory of general and specialty search engines. Also listed are resources and tools for exploring the deep web, performing advanced research, and for learning about using search engine tools and technology. Find topical search engines by category. Add Site Search Engine Tools & Technology Download 437 Issues of Soviet Photo Magazine, the Soviet Union's Historic Photography Journal (1926-1991) The early years of the Soviet Union roiled with internal tensions, intrigues, and ideological warfare, and the new empire’s art reflected its uneasy heterodoxy. Formalists, Futurists, Suprematists, Constructivists, and other schools mingled, published journals, critiqued and reviewed each other’s work, and like modernists elsewhere in the world, experimented with every possible medium, including those just coming into their own at the beginning of the 20th century, like film and photography. These two mediums, along with radio, also happened to serve as the primary means of propagandizing Soviet citizens and carrying the messages of the Party in ways everyone could understand. And like much of the rest of the world, photography engendered its own consumer culture.
10 Quite Useful Tools for Academics - Academia Obscura Gone are the days of type-written papers and literature reviews built on index cards. In the age of information overload and email overwhelm, we need all the help we can get to stay sane and productive. I rely heavily on the 10 tools described here, and I hope that they might lighten your load a little too. Many of these tools require an initial time investment and/or steep learning curve before you realise their full potential, so I don’t recommend trying to integrate them into your workflow all at once. Start with one or two that you think might be most helpful: if you are about to begin a PhD, get friendly with a citation manager; if you have 8 post-its permanently affixed to your monitor, get your shit sorted with Trello. 1.
40 Advanced and Alternative Search Engines Have you ever been looking for something but didn’t know where to find it? If that something is online, then your search is over (or just about to begin). The following are 40 advanced and alternative search engines that you can use to find just about anything on the Internet. Use them to follow discussions about your industry, monitor your online reputation, and much more! General Search To start off our search adventure, let’s look at some general search engines beyond the top three.
Edcanvas Make mobile learning awesome! Student creation Share materials Free! Get our new app! Why I Use Skype to Teach World Geography and Cross-Cultural Competency My computer rings and I feel the excitement bubbling up in my suburban Maryland classroom. My first-graders know a Mystery Skype game is about to start. They grab their supplies: large, laminated world maps, dry erase markers, and magnifying glasses — and join their team on the rug. Aloud they wonder how many hints they will need to determine where the other children are and what clues they will share. In teams of four, my students formulate several questions to help them solve the mystery: Are you in the northern or southern hemisphere?
50 Best People Search Engines to Track Down Anyone The Internet has a wealth of information, and not surprisingly, lots of that information is about people. You can find just about anything you want about someone online, including public records, addresses, and high school photos. If you’re looking up a long lost friend or family member, be sure to check out these resources. White Pages White pages are great for helping you find addresses and phone numbers for people.
UC Berkeley History-Social Science Project 2nd Biannual Teaching History in the 21st Century May 5–6, 2017