The short videos cover topics such as how to search, email basics and using social media.Additional videos from NBC Learn focus on Internet safety and security, including modules on spam, spyware and cyberbullying.
I can't claim the credit for this one, the idea's adapted from a post in Doug's blog (via my eagle-eyed friend Merv Stapleton), but makes for such a neat little activity to do with learners to check their digital footprints I had to share ...
Understanding how to manage your online reputation or “digital footprint” is tricky business, even for those of us who have been using the internet for a long time. Almost everyone at one time or another has been guilty of ...
It's an age-old question. How can you be sure the information you're getting is accurate? That basic task of every journalist has become more difficult in today's digital world, when data can be so easily manipulated.
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