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With this tool from M.I.T., the user can create an app for an Android device without knowing how to program.  Development... see more

The goals for this tutorial are that students will use information in an ethical manner and will recognize the art of... see more

This site simulates screen reader access to a fictional university Web site. A set of keyboard shortcuts is presented to... see more

This site contains several tutorials on everything you need to build a website. There are several links to resources.

This site provides practical insight into starting a Web site. It covers topics from planning, understanding copyright,... see more

This is a tutorial for creating simple animated graphics for Web pages  in 5 steps using Fireworks.  Other Fireworks... see more

A set of tutorials about searching academic, school, and public libraries among others.

This is a Fireworks tutorial from UC Irvine. The tutorial provides an introduction to graphics and to the Fireworks... see more

This website provides access to teaching materials for Computer Science educators.

This Web page gives instructions on how to prevent a Flash movie from repeating.

This site lets developers see the results of background, text, link, active link, and visited link color combinations.... see more

The majority of the resources on this site are for use by both staff and students although some are clearly marked as... see more

A JavaScript tutorial with over 30 lessons. Each lesson contain lecture, assignments with available answers which appear... see more

Wikis provide a _simple_ way for anyone to put information on the WWW. Because they allow users to easily add and edit... see more

This site displays the periodic table of elements. The twist is that each element is a link to a short video about it.

Includes a discussion of plagiarism with several examples. and an explanation of each. Strategies for evaluating... see more

This is a Flash tutorial on how to create a "tween" between two shapes or between a shape and text.  As a result one... see more

This website presents videos by great educators and facilitates the incorporation of these videos in lessons.  A "flip"... see more

There has been a ballooning of apps for smartphones in the past two years.  This report from the Pew Internet & American... see more

This free service provided by the World Wide Web Consortium is used to check the source code of Web pages for conformance... see more

the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team describes tips and offer advice about common security issues for non-technical... see more

Covers valuable information for Web page developers. Updated version of the Yale Style Guide.

This site gives information about the significance of software updates and a firewall in protecting the integrity of data... see more

This brief (4:58 min) Ted-Ed video provides an introduction to algorithms for computer students.  There are supplementary... see more