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Roland Gesthuizen

Quib.ly - 1 views

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    Today's world is full of exciting technology to help families' daily lives and provide opportunities for children's future. But how do you find out what's suitable, safe or educational? At Quib.ly parents can ask questions about the technology their children are using, reply to others with answers, and get great advice from like minded parents and our knowledgeable experts."
Roland Gesthuizen

Seth's Blog: Moving beyond teachers and bosses - 2 views

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    If your boss is seen as a librarian, she becomes a resource, not a limit. If you view the people you work with as coaches, and your job as a platform, it can transform what you do each day, starting right now
Roland Gesthuizen

Learning On Line - Department of Education and Early Childhood Development - 1 views

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    "The Learning On Line website presents the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development's advice for schools on cybersafety and educating young people to be responsible users of mobile and digital technologies. This website has been developed to help schools make the most of the opportunities presented by new developments in, and increased accessibility to digital technologies. At the same time it aims to support schools to minimise risks that may arise through the use of these technologies."
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    Website for Cybersafety by DEECD for Victorian Schools.
Roland Gesthuizen

Queensland floods : Queensland Government - 0 views

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    "Safety, emergency and money donation information listed by the Queensland Government for the flood disaster that occurred in Australia during 11-12 January 2011."
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    The official list of advice and support needed to help cope with this emergency.
Roland Gesthuizen

Resolved: How to Keep Your Computer Safe, Clean, and Backed Up in 2011 - 3 views

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    "Keeping your computer in good shape gets to be tedious and annoying when you have to try to fit it in to your busy schedule. Rather than letting things slip through the cracks and watch your computer slow to a crawl, fall victim to a nasty virus, or crash and burn with no backups, we've put together everything you need to tackle to stay on top of all your computer maintenance tasks. Here are the four things we're going to look at (feel free to click to skip to any of the sections):"
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    A good list of advice for backing up your computer when teachers often conduct a clean up between teaching years.
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