Oh! What a Web we Weave ...
Internet Safety, Privacy, & Other Considerations
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Comments:
By Dr. C      February 17, 2011 -- 04:36 PM
Really like what you have done with your project Sam! I am so proud to have you in our program. Dr. C

By Sam Pabon      September 27, 2010 -- 05:38 PM
Hey Mark,

Thanks for the feedback & I definitely see your point.

I will work on an additionally tab that explains the history of the terminology & maybe the history of computer/network attacks:
- From fame & underground notoriety to organized crime & identity theft.
- This should help tie in the information to be used with Child Lures training/safety, etc.


By Mark      September 27, 2010 -- 05:23 PM
Hey Sam,

Good site. I actually went through some of the videos as I'm teaching third grade this year, and many of the students are just getting into using computers and such.

Nice clean site without too much bombarding the eyes. I know this is just start, but i will say that I got a little confused when all those great vocabulary words were followed by "review videos" on child safety. Both great individually, but I thought the videos would be about hackers and crackers and such.

Still very informative and interesting.



By Sam Pabon      September 26, 2010 -- 07:42 PM
Hey Glenda & Joann,

Thanks for the comments & feedback.
I really appreciate it.


By Glenda      September 26, 2010 -- 04:38 PM
Hi Sam,I really enjoyed looking around your site and the embedded content that shows your demonstrations through the screen capture videos. This really helped emphasize how it easy it is to change your settings for privacy, something most educators forget when it comes to their own information. Great ideas for professional development in this area, really relate to the teacher, show them to be the leader in information on this topic. The overall structure of your site is clean and flows nicely.

By Glenda      September 26, 2010 -- 04:31 PM
Hi Sam,
I really enjoyed looking around your site and the embedded content that shows your demonstrations through the screen capture videos. This really helped emphasize how it easy it is to change your settings for privacy, something most educators forget when it comes to their own information. Great ideas for professional development in this area, really relate to the teacher, show them to be the leader in information on this topic. The overall structure of your site is clean and flows nicely.


By Yuen-Pik Chan      September 26, 2010 -- 01:57 PM
Hi Samuel,

Very informative site. I didn't know there are so many different types of hackers. I always thought there is only one type of hacker in general, but now now I know there are more.
You touch on a lot of topics that are important to teach to our students since most of them go online. My favorite is the cyberbully and the videos you embedded on that page. Great project.


By Sam Pabon      September 25, 2010 -- 10:43 PM
Thanks Michelle.
I appreciate the feedback.


By Michelle O'Briant      September 25, 2010 -- 10:01 PM
Hi Sam,
I agree with Scott about how informative your lesson. I appreciated how everything was laid out and made sense. Looking at your layout makes me go back to mine and flesh and smooth it out more. Good job.
-Michelle


By Sam      September 24, 2010 -- 08:32 PM
Hey Scott,

Thanks for the feedback ...
It's definitely a work still in progress.

I usually try to get most of the content in place & then I go back to format the text to make it uniform - I don't like the default text settings too much ...

I will be adding some screen-shots to the social networking privacy section - so make sure you check back this weekend :)


By scott fgaynor      September 24, 2010 -- 08:02 PM
Samuel,
I like the idea very to the point and not to busy. The text could use some better formatting but its still by al measure very readable and informative.




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