Monthly Archives: May 2014

Technology in the Classroom

I teach Electrical pre-apprentices the fundamental trade-skills, and trade-knowledge that they will need to go out and work successfully on job-sites.  I’ve been an electrician for 17 years and am also an avid yogi.  I’m pursuing the Provincial Instructor’s Diploma … Continue reading

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Creative Commons Licensing

Creative Commons helps you share your knowledge and creativity with the world. Creative Commons develops, supports, and stewards legal and technical infrastructure that maximizes digital creativity, sharing, and innovation. Learn about CC This work is licensed under a Creative Commons … Continue reading

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Predatory practices in the enforcement of Copy Right enfringement

This is an interesting article that my fellow alumnus Andrew Macklin shared in a forum on Pidp 3240.  It speaks to the possible repercussions of not closely following copyright laws. http://www.contentfac.com/copyright-infringement-penalties-are-scary/

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