Pexels.com: Good quality CC licensed images you are free to use
Making web site of Twitter posts attractive needs good images, and Pexels.com looks a good source of quality, free stock photos if you don’t have anything else available. They’re all free to use for personal or commercial purposes under a Creative Commons licence. If you’re using the Featured Posts Grid or Slider in the Twenty Fourteen theme, this is an ideal way of quickly finding appropriate images to illustrate those posts which don’t include your own photograph.
NSPCC Sexting Guidance
James White at Ineqe Group (www.ineqe.com) has drawn our attention to this NSPCC guidance on sexting.
NSPCC Research – 15% increase in counselling related to sexting. NSPCC has produced a guide to assist parents talk with children about the dangers and legalities surrounding sexting, empowering them to say no to requests.
What’s New in Google Apps newsletter – May 2016
This newsletter provides a roundup of all the new features added to Google Apps from May 2016. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Xw4be6Yw6E79jb6PC5XSx_I68dGAp56ChyRkfZ3cOGc/preview?pref=2&pli=1 The new Google Slides Q&A feature is getting a lot of interest:
Get your head round Google Drive with this Cheat Sheet
Need to a jump start with Google Drive? It started off as Docs, then became Drive as it became capable of storing any uploaded file, like a large “thumb drive” or memory stick. To avoid clutter, some of the options only appear when you select things, or appear when you right-click. And that means it’s […]
Glow Annual Survey 2016
The Glow Annual Survey is now live. The annual survey is important as it helps the Glow team gather information on how customers use Glow and helps them to improve the service. They are keen to hear views from the broad base of Glow customers – both staff and pupils. You’ll find the survey here: https://connect.glowscotland.org.uk/2016/05/16/glow-annual-survey-2016/