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Resumes and Portfolios in 2020

When I see something that doesn’t seem right and I can contribute, I will. That is what happened the other day when I reviewed Joe’s resume. There wasn’t anything wrong with his resume, but when you are applying…

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Where did that 12 years go?

Proud Parents

Joe, our son, who turned 18 in December – passing that notional numerical age signifying adulthood had to wait a day or so after his birthday to view another number of importance to some – his ATAR result….

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Ahh Adobe, You’ve done it again…

Adobe Max concluded last week and along with it came a slew of product enhancements and excitement which we have all looked forward to each November. What’s really great about Adobe is that they’re willing to show you…

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Graduating – Celebrating and Life Long Learning

31 years ago, after being told that I didn’t really have any skills apart from being able to speak Chinese and Indonesian, I embarked upon and completed a Graduate Diploma in Computing at the then Chisholm Institute of…

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Using OneNote in the Classroom

I prepared an episode of the video seminar I conduct at work called smoothies. These are short 15 minute webinars aimed at passing on a tip or two for our ICT teachers in our schools. Although aimed at…

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Create QR codes in MS Word

Normally I would use inDesign to create QR codes and I don’t recommend using free online QR code generators online – mainly because there is no such thing as a free lunch. Recently I had an email from…

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Teaching your kids about financial literacy (and maybe yourself)

Scott Pape, the barefoot investor, is the name on the lips of many people trying to manage their finances. Another name, ASIC’s Moneysmart is also a great resource for teaching both young and old about financial matters we…

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Chitty Chitty Bang Bang in Humpty Doo!

As a young boy my Mother worked in the Paspalis drive-in located in Nightcliff, where the current day Nightcliff Woolworths shopping centre exists. We saw films there until after I had completed high school. The advent of video…

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Education Services Australia (ESA) Cool sites for students and teachers

ESA build and maintain some great websites. Scootle is probably the best known, but here are some links to other great sites they curate… The Digital Technologies Hub and Student Wellbeing Hub are additions to the stable of…

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When your Microsoft surface pen plays up…

I Started this post in 2016 – and it has been languishing in Draft ever since then. An event occurred a week ago which caused me to reflect on this… Remember the draft below was written in 2016……

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