Jonathan Klein, David Macasaet, Theresa Pesavento (LSS), and Chad Shorter (DoIT) reflect on their interview with Professor Julie Allen and discuss their own experiences with online discussions. This podcast was initially produced for the Special Topics in Teaching with Technology Course.
The more time I spend on my computer, the more concerned I get about security. Luckily, improving security on your computer isn’t difficult. Here are some guidelines to keep your workstation safe.
Theresa Pesavento (L&S LSS) and Chad Shorter (DoIT AT) talk with Professor Julie Allen (Department of Scandinavian Studies) about her teaching experiences with online discussions. This podcast was initially produced for the Special Topics in Teaching with Technology Course.Mentioned:.
Everyone is concerned about privacy and safety these days. We shred records and forms with personal information. We lock our doors, password protect our files, and rarely walk alone at night We’re careful when we answer our phones, texts, and email. We’re all acutely aware of the issues of identity theft, keeping us alert and cautious.
Better anticipated for Halloween, October is also Cyber Security Month. Instead of ghosts and goblins, beware of malware, viruses, and lost data. To celebrate Cyber Security Month, LSS will feature of series of stories and tweets related to computer and data security. We’ll show you how to mitigate your chances of system compromise through a variety of proactive methods.