This UTB show features Bharath Madhusudan, one of the co-founders of Securly. He’ll talk about the common misconception of Web Filtering. He finds the concept of web filtering to be so 20th Century and so they don’t normally think of themselves as a web filter anymore. Find out more what he means by that by watching this show.
Tag: Misc apps
If you have a Google password, you may have heard that a number of usernames and passwords were leaked by a third party company.
It is a good reminder that we shouldn’t take internet security for granted.
In this post we show you what can you [practically] do to keep your password safe
Is your internet playing up, or is it a problem with the website?
Here is how to find out quickly
I have been playing with the Google Translate app with some teachers and am really loving the accuracy and functionality of the app. The Google Translate app works offline which makes it even more useful. See the Google Translate App demonstration
Before we look at today’s online teaching tool called Future Me, I was reminded by one of the readers of this blog of a post I had written back in March last year looking at how much influence technology has
With a lot more students using the internet as their main research tool many teachers have been asking about how to check plagiarism. There are many different plagiarism checkers out there but the one that I have found to be
Animoto is a great video producing site that doesn’t require you or your students to have any video editing skills. Some of the features that make Animoto my video creating software of choice are: