The online learner Credit: Pixabay/Public Domain CC0
If you were looking to improve your understanding of Universal Design and accessibility requirements for Online Courses, your dreams have come true! Cynthia Curry, the new Disability Services Coordinator, and a colleague of mine from a prior career, has shared this course with me and I am spreading the goods across the entire University.
Today we are on to a lighter theme: the iPhone! Knowing a few cool tricks will definitely earn you a “hip” reputation.
For those not in immediate possession of their iPhone or those shunning the iDevices altogether, here is a practical guide on image copyright found by Amy Storch. This may be widely used and re-shared, if you don’t mind the typos in the original item, just follow the spirit of the law! For more information on finding and using images, check out an earlier post.
By the way, how do you like Dayboard? I have been using it every day, and while a bit nagging and it just won’t go away, it is so helpful in keeping me on track and making me get things done!
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