bs area have been proposed:https://sites.google.com/site/electronicacademic/Home/Projects/features-of-a-labs-area
However, there may be more appeal in a light-weight labs area:https://sites.google.com/site/electronicacademic/Home/Projects/features-of-a-labs-area/labs-light-features All input welcome. Thanks.…
omprehensive list of features. Watch the video to see features varying from easy navigation, speed limit, advanced pick-up and drop and more.
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the solution is emerging in three developments: As for software, we are moving quickly to Open Source (you might want to read more about this at http://oedb.org/library/features/how-the-open-source-movement-has-changed-education-10-success-stories). As for hardware, it will eventually become "transparent and ubiquitous." Finally, the Internet will eventually become a utility as ubiquitous as water and power, and it will create a very high level of "connectedness." The combination of these three developments should solve the problems you mention. But it will take time.…
t however, there does seem to be a
few glitches. For example, the first person (whether it be a kid or an
adult) who notices the safety mode button at the bottom of their YouTube
page, can change the settings however they wish.
You can read the full review here.
Take a look at the article and let me know what you think. The new
safety features could definitely be useful in the classroom in
conjunction with the school's Internet filters, but I'm not sure about