https://tagul.com/ - This tool has by far the most features of the word cloud tools I investigated, plus the free version contains tons of features. Words can be in color or black, use upper or lower case, select from dozens of different fonts, select from shapes and layouts. When you select Grab and Share you can go with social media or private and just download the image as a jpg. Word clouds are useful images to enhance concepts or in situations where appropriate graphics aren't readily available from stock photo sites.
research article from Malaysia looking at how color impacts recognition and memory
e federal, provincial and territorial Ministers of Justice endorsed the Canadian Statement of Basic Principles of Justice for Victims of Crime. In 2003, a revised version of the Canadian Statement of Basic Principles of Justice for Victims of Crime which reflects the progress made since 1988 was endorsed by provincial and territorial Ministers of Justice. This document details principles to guide legislators and service providers in promoting access to justice, fair treatment, and provision of assistance for victims of crime. The principles recognize that justice for victims of crime is a shared responsibility. The statement provides:
tool for creating timelines
Excellent tool that tells which posts have been shared socially from a url or by doing a single post
Excellent tips based on a study done of a blog comparing it to competition and implementing design and writing elements - includes online services/tools
submission guidelines to zoomer magazine
free course / MOOC
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The board also has the power to impose tariffs, which is what it did in the case of Access Copyright. The temporary tariff stipulated that any institution that used material belonging to Access Copyright, and that didn’t secure the rights independently, had to pay the collective a fee determined by the board.