Read Russia, from Read Russia Inc.
Tallahassee Community College Library
in Tallahassee Florida
is a multifaceted resource serving our students, faculty and our community,
on campus and online !
|The AT&T Tech Channel is your source for originally-produced videos about the past, present and future of the world of technology. From the depths of tech history to the latest in Cyber Security, you'll find something to feed your inner geek at the AT&T Tech Channel.|
"The AT&T Tech Channel is a visually appealing website with videos on the "past, present and future of the world of technology." The site contains 11 sections divided into the following categories: Deep Thinkers (author series), Innovation (new developments in AT&T labs), History (historical archive footage/films), Security (three sections), Tech Presentations (conferences), Biography (interview show with technology experts), and Classic (three sections). ThreatTraq, updated weekly, is particularly valuable for information on privacy issues, gaming, malware, e-mail forgery, and other security news. The Cyber Challenge videos are up to five minutes long, and each has an online game that could be used in staff development sessions or the classroom.
|The majority of videos include text with discussion topics, speaker information, and for historical videos, background information on the significance of the discovery or subject. Users can share videos through Twitter, Facebook, or e-mail, or embed them into their own sites. The videos load quickly and are of variable lengths. Some channels have not been updated for two to three years, but are still valuable. Users can conduct simple keyword searching via a search box at the top of each page or filter videos by popularity or topic. The site has no advertising and is free to use. AT&T Tech Channel is useful for history, technology, and science curricula; the material presented can provide discussion points in face-to-face or online classes. Summing Up: Recommended. Students of all levels, researchers/faculty, and general readers.
--M. S. McCullough, Monroe Community College"Copyright 2014 American Library Association, August issue of ALA's Choice - www.dx.doi.org/10.5860/CHOICE.51-6711
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