My Learning thing I. My learning thing: Keeping kids safe online, for parents If your child is using youtube, there are 4 options for monitoring content. Check out this video for a quick tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Nf8GTIV4so Bonus! If you download the Family Link app, you can set a bedtime for your child’s device. If your child […]
This is a picture from my actual planner. Granted, at the time I was writing letters to various people, and in general freaking out at UAA’s accreditation loss, but nevertheless, this is actually how my planner looks at the end of a week. And, believe it or not, I get things done. There is so […]
Here are links to my five connecting comments:
For this assignment, I am discussing the Creative Commons and all of the different formats and licenses it can take, by pulling together posts by myself, Sam Starr, and Deana M. Waters. Sam’s work that he chose to license under Creative Commons is an opinion backed by some research and reasoning, that a limited number […]
How it relates to Education, Technology and Privacy I’ve covered quite a bit on humane design in technology below, so I’ll discuss education and privacy. Humane design in regards to privacy ensures that all humans have access to privacy as a basic human right, and that places, technology and products are designed with privacy in […]
My three questions, after researching ADA, universal design, section 504 and Title II are : Are gyms required to be accessible by all? I’m guessing the pool and entryway to pool and locker rooms are, but what about equipment? Are websites legally obligated to be accessible? I was really surprised to hear that there have […]
Please click on the links above. There are more links if you hover over the green dots; I cannot figure out why it is formatted that way.