Follow This Blog: RSS feed
Neverending Search
Inside Neverending Search

Nate’s work on personal security

Don’t you love it when students engage in research that has authentic value and the potential to make a difference?

Nate’s work has promise for use well beyond our little Springfield community.

Last semester, I worked with him as he investigated hacking and computer security.  He wrote a thought-provoking paper.  The products that emerged from his research– an instructional video and a program that generated a password grid matrix to help folks create and keep track of stronger passwords–are likely to be a lot more sticky than the paper.

Nate is eager to share his work.

I’ve posted his video on our Digital Citizenship/Privacy LibGuide.  He is eager for the opportunity to share it with an audience beyond our township.  Please feel free to use it with your own communities.

Joyce Valenza About Joyce Valenza

Joyce is an Assistant Professor of Teaching at Rutgers University School of Information and Communication, a technology writer, speaker, blogger and learner. Follow her on Twitter: @joycevalenza


  1. Claudia DiNardo says

    That was A W E S O M E! Nate, this couldn’t have come at a better time for me. We are now doing a unit on internet safety. Having a student share safety infomation means so much more than having it come from me. Thanks.

  2. Congratulations to Nate on an excellent video. I have 10 minutes at next week’s staff meeting. I try to give a tip or two each time. Guess who the headliner will be next week?

  3. Great work! Our SEO company can offer tips to customers direct from Nate’s ideas -Thanks.

Speak Your Mind