Don’t do it! 5 ways to upgrade your passwords this #PasswordDay

Password Day is a day for “taking our passwords to the next level” – here are five traditions the crooks really don’t want us to start.

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Sticky Fingers – Library Makerspace Beginnings

Definitions of a Makerspace “A makerspace is a place where students can gather to create, invent, tinker, explore and discover using a variety of tools and materials.” – Diana Rendina.

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Weeding the Worst Library Books – The New Yorker

Daniel A. Gross on the librarians behind the blog Awful Library Books, which calls attention to old texts of questionable value.

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The Bottom Shelf | Great books for little people

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What challenges can managed services fix for a business?

You know what it’s like when you’re away from home in a strange environment and there are times when you feel like you’re stumbling in the dark because you’re in unfamiliar territory. Similarly, when

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Significance Circles

We’ve been working on ways to improve our GCSE pupil’s evaluation on the bigger AQA exam questions, 10 and 12 markers which ask pupils to assess the importance of one event in relation to another or overall topic.

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