Hashing for Fun and Profit Mat Trudel Hash: one way mathematical function that redues string of data into fixed length number easy to compute, hard to reverse, like a fingerprint SHA-I: 160 bits, 40 characters long can use to identify the same file for storage purposes makes asset storage very simple cost of a duplicate …
Computational Thinking Alan Harnum on Computation Thinking Unfortunately, I was still dealing with the slight power bar issue, so I didn’t get a chance to blog most of it, but here are a few notes and the takeaways. Coding does not teach you how to think computationally, so communicating with technology is more important in …
The Challenges and Lessons of Creating Accessible Course Materials Maureen Glynn, Yueh-Chin Ma, Digital Education Strategies Restiani Andriati, Digital Media Projects Office Diane Michaud,Library and Archives Charles Silverman, School of Disabilities Studies
Teaching and Learning in Socio-technical Networks George Siemens Transition to new technology can be hard, but while it can be difficult to learn new technology, there are some positive sides e.g. story of his father getting immediate help when having a heart attack.
Rebecca Graham, University of Guelph
Doris Lovadina-Lee, Aileen Farray, Lies Weijs, Ryerson Library
Lisa Grayhart, UofT
I’ve done a write up of the 5-minute version of this talk when I presented it at Code4lib 2013 National. This version at TRY 2013 is the full overview that I did with two coworkers.
Heather Buchansky, UofT Judith Logal, UofT
If you’ve read my previous posts on web accessibility, then most of this will be a rehash. This is the version that I did for the TRY 2013 conference, where I reorganized a few things and put in different examples.