Tag Archives: N4L

The horses are bolting…

Seen in a recent N4L posting… “Protecting your students from harm, and to this end, you should ensure that: a. you have the Network for Learning (N4L) network and content filter, or an equivalent capability, in place b. students are … Continue reading

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pond will be drained

I see the future of the N4L service Pond is being evaluated. My guess is that like any solution in need of a problem its demise is inevitable. Building an intranet for sharing resources is a great idea, however, when … Continue reading

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N4L promoting inspection of HTTPS traffic

In a recent issue of Interface there is an important article discussing the merits of N4L being able to inspect HTTPS traffic (involving installation of SSL certificates to BYOD devices). The arguments, primarily around student safety, mirror those of a wider debate … Continue reading

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N4L: educationhq Access denied

Why? Who knows? Just read it at home I guess.

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N4L Pond challenges

  Pond is designed to act as a central hub for digital discovery and participation, where educational resources can be accessed and shared more easily and effectively. It combines the best parts of existing online tools and platforms to create … Continue reading

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N4L managed network YEAH RIGHT

  WEGC recently switched from the Loop to N4L . The Loop may not have been perfect but I cannot recall having very poor performance for 24 hours+ (2 minutes to load stuff.co.nz). This is totally unacceptable in my view. Can … Continue reading

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