Episode 89 – But resist we much . . .

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Again, it’s only Tony and I but we make the most of it. Check out the agenda below and be sure to subscribe to us on iTunes and Podomatic.

  1. Tony’s Post – Browse This My Way – Low Tech & Free Browser Standard Implementation a. Link: https://itbabble.com/2015/10/21/browse-this-my-way-low-tech-free-browser-standards-implementation/
    1. Are you being a fascist?
    2. Why is this important?
  2. Email – why don’t we teach this in school?
    1. This 1985 RAND Report on the Future of Email Is Still Relevant Today by Matt Novak at Gizmodo b. Link: http://paleofuture.gizmodo.com/this-1985-rand-paper-on-the-future-of-email-is-still-re-1734094332
    2. My students (past and present) have no idea about this
    3. The email is not “theirs”
  3. The Web We Need to Give to Students by Audrey Watters at Hackeducation a. Link: http://hackeducation.com/2015/10/19/domains/
    1. Student intellectual property – how they can keep it
    2. University of William and Mary gives each student their own domain
    3. Domain of One’s Own iii. Link: http://umw.domains/
    4. When students move from one school to another
    5. Student privacy is important – how to give them a voice?

Listen to it here or download the MP3 HERE!

http://itbabble.podomatic.com/enclosure/2015-10-25T04_16_05-07_00.mp3″

About Patrick Cauley

I teach middle school technology and love to play around with tech and teach students and colleagues alike. You can read my blog at www.itbabble.com
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