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PDF Power – part 2

This is a continuation from the previous post, and includes an exciting conclusion to the “unofficial guide to everything that you need to know about PDFs… For Dummies… Cliff Notes… abridged edition 1.0! ”

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PDF Power – part 1

I’ll just come right out and say it- the PDF is one of the most useful yet misunderstood concepts in instructional technology. Well have no fear, because the CTL Blog is here to shed some light on the subject! (Insert nostalgic, superhero theme song here.) To make this as painless as possible, I’ve created the unofficial guide to everything that you need to know about PDFs… For Dummies… Cliff Notes… abridged edition 1.0!

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Managing those passwords!

I have more than 50 online accounts, and with each, another ID and password. How does this happen?! Most of us have multiple email accounts, numerous accounts for monthly bills, accounts for blogs, online stores, and of course, accounts for college services like ANGEL and WebAdvisor. Keeping track of everything can be exhausting, and often frustrating!

There are many strategies for solving this problem. Some are good, and some are not. Online identity crimes are serious, and becoming more common, so we’ve got to be smart about this. Should you write the passwords down on 50 different pieces of scrap paper, get your passwords tattooed to your body, or just try to remember them? Nope, nope and nope!

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