Goal: To teach about the implications of using social sign-on with third-party websites. Context: Many websites provide users with the option to log in using Facebook or other social network profiles. The implications of using social network profiles to log in to third-party websites, however, have received scant discussion in curriculum and instruction. This lesson […]
This lesson helps learners understand extends what learners might already know about the web to explore why web pages appear differently in different web browsers, on mobile devices, and so on. It is the second of two lessons in a unit exploring how content on the web is constructed, and about how it appears.
This lesson helps learners understand what the web is, and about how web pages are constructed. It is the first of two lessons in a unit exploring how content on the web is constructed, and about how it appears.
So, what does the company that owns Farmville know about you? What about Facebook? And, what about the various advertising companies that scan the web for information — about you? What’s that? Almost everything? Tell me more!
Web search is critically important. How many of us search the web every day? But how does it work, and how do we know what results we’re going to get? This lesson helps teach about how web searching finds content, and teaches about how some content must be treated as suspect.