Today is Global Accessibility Awareness Day, a day to “get everyone talking, thinking and learning about digital (web, software, mobile, etc.) access/inclusion and people with different disabilities.” Today I share with you five great resources for making digital documents and online materials more accessible. Vision Australia’s Document Accessibility Toolbar (PC Only) Vision Australia’s Document Accessibility […]
Hallelujah. My employer just delivered to me a brand spanking new Lenovo ThinkPad W541 laptop, replacing an HP EliteBook 8470p that just wasn’t cutting it anymore. As I began working with the laptop, I discovered that when I turned Caps Lock or Num Lock on, no indicator appeared, on or off screen. This made incorrectly […]
I like to look for professional development opportunities off the usual path of the most popular education conferences (e.g., BbWorld, Online Learning Consortium), since stepping outside the box can offer great learning potential. This year, I discovered an excellent one-day event in the mountains of North Carolina that was well worth the drive.
As a WordPress user for my personal site and some side work, I’ve wanted to attend a WordCamp for some time. A conference focusing on a content management system used by millions of websites and the largest self-hosted blogging tool in the world? Yep. That was on my bucket list. Unfortunately, WordCamp venues near my […]
At the end of last year, I posted four resolutions for 2014. How did I do? Though I don’t have a record of when I did what, I feel pretty certain that I met three of my four goals. Here’s my summary: Perform a kind act each day. NOT MET. I didn’t consciously work to […]