With this new email phishing scam rearing it's ugly head it's always a good time to pause and think about how these things happen and how we can prevent them.
How do they happen? Usually because we are so accustomed to interacting with email from people we know that clicking on a "Open in Docs" button from a colleague doesn't even faze us.
So what happened and what do you do...?
Wednesday, May 3, 2017
Thursday, March 2, 2017
In an effort to provide students with a better way to record audition (for movie narration, video reflections, screencasts, and so forth) I have experiments with a few ideas.
Let me preface this by saying I have no illusions about the audiophile quality of these experiments, they are by no means perfect. What they are, instead, is a way to lesson the din of a classroom, and improve sound quality, when recording audio. My sound booth solutions will win no acoustic awards but they do a surprisingly good job in a few areas:
- limiting background noise
- providing more depth/richness to the student's voice since it forces them to be closer to the iPad/laptop microphone
- make everyone else in the room more aware of recording happening
- it was surprising to see how quiet the rest of the room got when everyone noticed the cubes being used