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What’s it like for Museum visitors to connect to Wi-Fi on a mobile phone?

This post reviews research we have been doing recently, into how we can improve the experience for mobile users in the museum when they first make contact with Wi-Fi. 4,078 more words


No Teacher Desk

Okay, I had no idea this #noteacherdesk was a thing. The district is taking away my beloved desktop Mac (all teacher desktops, actually, not just mine) and gave me a MacBook Air instead. 404 more words

Professional Development

Explore New Languages with Google Translate

Bonjour!  Bienvenue sur ce post!  Curious about what that means?  Well, Google Translate is a high-quality app that allows translations between 103 languages.

Read my iPhone app review below to learn the different ways to translate languages by using your camera, voice, or handwriting to identify the perfect way to understand the language–wherever you may be. 84 more words


CACHATTO V5.5 R8, CSB-i V3.23.0 Version Release

CACHATTO V5.5 R8 and CACHATTO SecureBrowser for iOS V3.23.0 was released 7 March 2017, bringing improvements and new features.

CACHATTO V5.5 R8: What’s new?

A function for iOS was added that detects screenshots. 185 more words


Creating Communities with Computers

Let me start of this blog post by saying that creating an online community for Social Studies 30 is proving to be quite difficult for my brain. 792 more words


Top 3 Ways GATCA Elite can Boost Your Mobile Security

Smartphones are now considered a necessity in the every day consumer’s life. Around 87% of Americans own a smartphone and that number will only grow. 461 more words


What do employees really want? (Hint: Not foosball tables)

Enterprises through the years have spent a lot of time and money trying to get their office environments just right. The goal, of course, is to make employees more productive and happy — which, theoretically, benefits the enterprise’s bottom line. 311 more words