Good overview of the early history of the web and how it was developed.
Nice overview of Swift Playgrounds. Worth having students read.
Long article describing the situation in the late 70s when the shuttle came close to being cancelled.
What it says. I am old enough to remember this. My aunt purchased a color TV (her first) specifically for watching this event.
Good description of Apple's Swift Playgrounds. I've heard of parents using this with much younger children--they may not be able to read and understand but an adult can help them.
Article about an Apple engineer who is blind and how she uses Apple devices and works on developing accessibility features. Interesting article for students to read.
Describes experience of using a computer with color blindness. Some mention of iOS 10 beta and settings for color blindness that may not carry over into the final version.
Oddball article to possibly use in class. The disabilities and injuries we are inflicting on ourselves and our children by using technology improperly.
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.