I take the rest of the week off. While I’m away, I’m going to republish some of the most popular posts of the year so far.
Google Chrome is by far the most popular web browser among readers of this blog (68% of you use Chrome, the next most popular choice is Safari at 20%). If you use Chrome and your students use Chrome, there are some useful settings you need to know how to use. Knowing what these settings do and how to find them can improve the accessibility of websites that you and your students use on a regular basis.
Read aloud in Chrome
Control camera and microphone access in Chrome
Let Chrome run faster
Enable captions on any page
Enable or disable popup in Chrome
A fun way to use the Chrome Inspector