T&L READER SURVEY WHAT PERCENTAGE OF YOUR STUDENTS HAVE AN INTERNET CONNECTION AT HOME?
T&L READER SURVEY IS AT-HOME INTERNET ACCESS A CONCERN IN YOUR DISTRICT?
Iâ€™m meeting with a planning group to discuss online access at the high school. Iâ€™d like to share some up-to-date statistics about Internet use among teens and their attitudes about the Internet. Where can I find this information? The Pew Internet & American Life project is a great resource. The project
Question: What options are available for controlling student access of the Internet? The IT Guy says: One of the goals of every schoolâ€™s computer literacy curriculum and campus policies should be helping students learn to be responsible and ethical users of technology tools. To this end, schools need to
Question: What method or methods do you recommend for limiting the access other people (like neighbors) can have to my home wireless network? The IT Guy says: The first important step is to change the default name of your wireless network to something people would not easily guess, and then turn off the
How to Use the Internet This excellent site outlining each step for Internet research at the secondary level focuses on a variety of information literacy topics, from how to cite sources to how to evaluate information on the Internet. It includes teacher resources. OSLIS Secondary •