Good article to use in class related to COPPA and CIPA discussions. Brings up the history and the problems related to filtering.
Dictation tips from a master. Good tips.
Good article about the challenges voice recognition and transcription faces. It's a complex process but depending on the situation, may be closer than we think.
Article on Minecraft and how it can support learning and creativity. Worth including in a class reading.
Apple's first 40 years summarized.
A good guide explaining various aspects of color and how to create color combinations to use for your designs.
The New York Public Library has more than 180,000 items in their digital collections that are in the public domain. Many are images and could be used in the classroom by teachers and students.
Has step-by-step instructions for accessibility for each of the Google apps (Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms, Drawings, etc.).
Article about what the title says. Has a short video from a grade school in Australia. Article is about a school in Australia which serves children with autism.
Short article on Beverly Cleary. Henry and Ribsy and the Mouse on the Motorcycle were my favorites. Has links to an interview with her by the Today Show.
Forty years ad with annotations explaining the references.
Really good description of a lot of typographic terms with illustrations. Much too detailed for courses but possibly of interest to me.
Suggestions for both iPhone and Android devices. Talks about common myths as well.
Nice interactive map with warming data by the four seasons.
Article about a new technology that would create archival storage for long periods of time and in a small physical format. It will be interesting to see if the technology starts to be adopted over the next few years.
Good description with links to very interesting video. Something to keep an eye on in the future.
Article discussing some of the works that would likely have entered public domain in 2016 if the 1976 Copyright Act had never been passed.