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For Sale – Lots of stuff X35 g-sync macbook pro 2603v4 xeon Imac surface laptop 2666MHZ 16GB 2333Mhz ECC memory

Hello,

I am a hoarder, and I still have alot of stuff stored in my parents house they need rid of (can’t blame them). I’m not a trader just a hoarder and I need some stuff gone. Offers welcome on the memory 2x16GB 2666Mhz and 2x16GB 2133p ECC server/workstation memory.

Imac Retina 27″ late 2014
I5
16GB
512GB SSD
Very nice machine with a 5K screen, still looks like new

Macbook pro
Mid 2014
I7 4770HQ
16GB
256GB SSD
Still looks like new

Surface Laptop
I5
8GB
256GB SSD
In warranty until March 2019

HP Omen X35 G-sync display
Still sealed, purchased 2 but only got around to using 1, this one for sale is still sealed (100mhz 4MS response).

Intel Xeon 2603V4
Has a HPE Proliant case but can be removed if not using in a HPE server

I can delivery items near the Sheffield Area (will be happy to post the memory or processor).
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Price and currency: £900 macbook / £720 surface laptop / 2603v4 xeon £160 / Omen X35 £660 / Imac Retina £1000 /
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Cash on delivery pref
Location: sheffield
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – Lots of stuff X35 g-sync macbook pro 2603v4 xeon Imac surface laptop 2666MHZ 16GB 2333Mhz ECC memory

Hello,

I am a hoarder, and I still have alot of stuff stored in my parents house they need rid of (can’t blame them). I’m not a trader just a hoarder and I need some stuff gone. Offers welcome on the memory 2x16GB 2666Mhz and 2x16GB 2133p ECC server/workstation memory.

Imac Retina 27″ late 2014
I5
16GB
512GB SSD
Very nice machine with a 5K screen, still looks like new

Macbook pro
Mid 2014
I7 4770HQ
16GB
256GB SSD
Still looks like new

Surface Laptop
I5
8GB
256GB SSD
In warranty until March 2019

HP Omen X35 G-sync display
Still sealed, purchased 2 but only got around to using 1, this one for sale is still sealed (100mhz 4MS response).

Intel Xeon 2603V4
Has a HPE Proliant case but can be removed if not using in a HPE server

I can delivery items near the Sheffield Area (will be happy to post the memory or processor).
Link to images.
Imgur

Price and currency: £900 macbook / £720 surface laptop / 2603v4 xeon £160 / Omen X35 £660 / Imac Retina £1000 /
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Cash on delivery pref
Location: sheffield
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – Lots of stuff X35 g-sync macbook pro 2603v4 xeon Imac surface laptop 2666MHZ 16GB 2333Mhz ECC memory

Hello,

I am a hoarder, and I still have alot of stuff stored in my parents house they need rid of (can’t blame them). I’m not a trader just a hoarder and I need some stuff gone. Offers welcome on the memory 2x16GB 2666Mhz and 2x16GB 2133p ECC server/workstation memory.

Imac Retina 27″ late 2014
I5
16GB
512GB SSD
Very nice machine with a 5K screen, still looks like new

Macbook pro
Mid 2014
I7 4770HQ
16GB
256GB SSD
Still looks like new

Surface Laptop
I5
8GB
256GB SSD
In warranty until March 2019

HP Omen X35 G-sync display
Still sealed, purchased 2 but only got around to using 1, this one for sale is still sealed (100mhz 4MS response).

Intel Xeon 2603V4
Has a HPE Proliant case but can be removed if not using in a HPE server

I can delivery items near the Sheffield Area (will be happy to post the memory or processor).
Link to images.
Imgur

Price and currency: £900 macbook / £720 surface laptop / 2603v4 xeon £160 / Omen X35 £660 / Imac Retina £1000 /
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Cash on delivery pref
Location: sheffield
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – Lots of stuff X35 g-sync macbook pro 2603v4 xeon Imac surface laptop 2666MHZ 16GB 2333Mhz ECC memory

Hello,

I am a hoarder, and I still have alot of stuff stored in my parents house they need rid of (can’t blame them). I’m not a trader just a hoarder and I need some stuff gone. Offers welcome on the memory 2x16GB 2666Mhz and 2x16GB 2133p ECC server/workstation memory.

Imac Retina 27″ late 2014
I5
16GB
512GB SSD
Very nice machine with a 5K screen, still looks like new

Macbook pro
Mid 2014
I7 4770HQ
16GB
256GB SSD
Still looks like new

Surface Laptop
I5
8GB
256GB SSD
In warranty until March 2019

HP Omen X35 G-sync display
Still sealed, purchased 2 but only got around to using 1, this one for sale is still sealed (100mhz 4MS response).

Intel Xeon 2603V4
Has a HPE Proliant case but can be removed if not using in a HPE server

I can delivery items near the Sheffield Area (will be happy to post the memory or processor).
Link to images.
Imgur

Price and currency: £900 macbook / £720 surface laptop / 2603v4 xeon £160 / Omen X35 £660 / Imac Retina £1000 /
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Cash on delivery pref
Location: sheffield
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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  • Name and address including postcode
  • Valid e-mail address

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New survey: What parents think about technology in the classroom |

As a former educator, I’ve always been conscious of the parent’s role – essentially as their child’s first teacher – and their unique, valuable perspective on learning. Parents remember the ways they were taught in school and often have valid questions and thoughts on the new ways children learn, and about the curriculum being taught.

With summer coming to an end and parents sending their children back to school, Microsoft wanted to understand how parents felt about technology in the classroom. What did they really think of the importance of learning digital skills? Microsoft Education partnered with YouGov and surveyed parents in the U.S. with children aged 18 and under and found most parents are hopeful about what technology will do for their kids. [Download the accompanying infographic here.]

Parents optimistic about technology

The survey asked parents how they felt about the role of technology in their child’s life as that child grows up. In reply, 60 percent said they felt “optimistic” or “hopeful.”

Understandably, parents felt differently about tech depending on where it’s being used. When asked about tech use between home and school, 63 percent of parents cited concerns about their kids spending too much time on devices at home, while 86 percent of parents believed tech in school – including computers and educational software – would be helpful to their child’s education.

When I was teaching I would often talk to parents about screen-content, not just screen-time, and whether the engagement with digital content was active (like creating an animation) or passive (viewing a movie). It’s encouraging seeing parents understand that, when used in the right way, technology can help prepare their children for the jobs of the future and help them succeed.

 

The importance of Computer Science and learning digital skills

Using technology to learn isn’t the only way to prepare children for the future, however. According to The Bureau of Labor Statistics, 52 percent of job growth by the year 2020 will be in the fields of computing and mathematics, which shows a great importance in teaching Computer Science and digital skills in classrooms today.

According to the survey, half (50 percent) of parents believed coding and computer programming to be the most beneficial subject to their child’s future employability.

Another promising result: Parents felt strongly about the positive role federal and state governments can play in ensuring their children are learning these subjects. The survey sample indicated strongly that parents would like to see increased government support to help schools build kids’ digital skills.

When asked about the technology industry’s involvement, 75 percent of parents said they believe big tech companies should be involved in helping schools build kids’ digital skills. Many companies, including Microsoft and organizations like Code.org, are working to do just that. Programs like TEALS, which is supported by Microsoft Philanthropies, pairs trained Computer Science professionals from across the technology industry with classroom teachers to team-teach the subject.

Tech tips for teachers this school year

With parents seeing the importance of their children learning with technology and being taught Computer Science, coding and digital skills, the survey points to good news for teachers who work every day to ensure the children in their classrooms are prepared for the future.

Teachers work incredibly hard to bring the best and most inspiring learning opportunities to their classrooms. We celebrate and thank them.

For those teachers just starting to explore the potential of Computer Science in their classroom, I’d recommend these three simple approaches:

  1. Open up the conversation with your students. What do they understand CS to mean? What jobs are unlocked with CS?
  2. Take a short course and get started in Computer Science.
  3. Get involved with the Hour of Code.

Happy teaching!

Survey methodology

All figures, unless otherwise stated, are from YouGov Plc. Total sample size was 3927 adults, of which 1011 were parents of children under 19. Fieldwork was undertaken between 2nd – 6th August 2018.  The survey was carried out online. The figures have been weighted and are representative of all US adults.

Empowering literacy for everyone with free Microsoft Stores workshops |

America has a literacy crisis.

Students, parents and teachers attended a recent literacy kick-off event at Microsoft to see how Learning Tools improve reading.

More than 36 million adults in the United States cannot read, write, or do basic math above a third grade level. And children whose parents have low literacy levels have a 72 percent chance of being at the lowest reading levels themselves. These kids are more likely to get poor grades, display behavioral problems, have high absentee rates, repeat school years, or drop out1.

In a majority of classrooms today, teachers have students reading at up to four different grade levels, trying to keep the same pace on curriculum2.

That’s why Microsoft Store and Microsoft Education are teaming up to offer free workshops this fall, using Microsoft Learning Tools to create dedicated curriculum for those with literacy challenges.

Workshops will be offered at different times throughout the year at all Microsoft Stores in the US, Canada and Puerto Rico, so be sure to check out the local Store programming near you to find the right workshop for your needs. Workshops will be catered to students’ age range, including:

Empowering students affected by Dyslexia

Educators and parents/caregivers working with students of any age; and children in 8th grade or above who are accompanied by an adult, will get hands-on experience with Microsoft applications and tools – including Learning Tools, the Ease of Access menu and accessibility and productivity features of Office 365. Teachers will be empowered to create inclusive classrooms that support students of all abilities, while parents/caregivers will gain skills to support learners outside of the classroom.

The workshop covers why it’s important to create an inclusive classroom, tools to empower different learning styles and abilities, and tools to support students with disabilities.

Boost your reading confidence and literacy skills ages 8-12

This workshop introduces students, with foundational literacy skills, to the Immersive Reader in the OneNote app. Participants will build confidence and improve their reading comprehension through grade-level–appropriate activities with Immersive Reader features. Activities include demonstrations, playing “Mad-Lib” style games, and building and reading stories in pairs to gain hands-on experience using the tools.

Literacy skills for emerging readers ages 6-8

This workshop introduces emerging readers to Learning Tools for OneNote via age–appropriate activities with Immersive Reader features. Activities include discussions, demonstrations, and playing word and story games to gain hands-on experience using the tools. At the end, participants will share what they learned with their parent or caregiver. Throughout the workshop, participants will learn how to build confidence and improve their reading comprehension, and should leave prepared to continue using Learning Tools to further develop reading skills at home and at school.

Two students celebrate during the literacy kickoff event at Microsoft.

With free software like Microsoft Learning Tools and heroic educators like Merlyne Graves, we are encouraged by the progress that’s happening every day. More than 13 million teachers and students are already using Microsoft Learning Tools for free as part of Office 365 Education, including tools like Immersive Reader, Picture Dictionary and Dictation. These are proving to increase reading and writing skill successfully, as evidenced by the recent 3rd party study from RTI International, Leveling the Playing Field with Microsoft Learning Tools.

Through these workshops, we hope to give anyone who may have challenges with reading and writing skills the tools they need to feel empowered and to personalize their learning experience, especially those in underserved communities, or with learning differences like ADHD, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia or Autism.

Decoding Dyslexia, a parent-led movement to raise awareness around Dyslexia, is partnering with Microsoft on these workshops. “We need to get technology like Learning Tools into the hands of more students with Dyslexia and other learning differences before they fall behind,” said Rachel Berger, CEO of Decoding Dyslexia, “so I’m excited about the reach Microsoft Stores will have this fall. It’s truly empowering software that can make any classroom more inclusive.”

To kick off the program, Microsoft recently hosted more than 400 students, parents and teachers from across Washington and Oregon to be the first to try the new workshops. The event also included a keynote from former NFL cornerback Robert Tate, who shared his experience with dyslexia at a young age. “My friends didn’t know I had dyslexia,” Robert said. “I would hide within myself and make sure I wasn’t the one putting my hand up to ask questions or the one reading in class. You just have to keep moving forward and never go backwards.”

Ales Holecek, corporate vice president at Microsoft who helped spark discussions that led to Learning Tools, also spoke to the group, telling the audience of parents, teachers and students about his reading comprehension issues that started at a young age and continue today. “I take a long time to read anything and hate emails. I tell my team to send short emails; or better still, come speak to me in person,” said Holecek. For Ales, the turning point came in coding, which he felt operated on a simpler vocabulary.

To learn more and find the right workshop for you or your student, check out your local Store programming.

1 National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)

2 https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED562664.pdf

For Sale – HP 8200 Elite SFF PC (Core i7 2600, 8GB RAM, 500GB HD)

Selling a HP 8200 Elite SFF PC, that I got a couple of years for my parents to use. They’ve just gone and got themselves a laptop, so PC is now surplus to requirements.

Full details on this range of PC’s is available from HP here, but the specs of this machine are:

Intel Core i7 2600 (Sandybridge) 4-Core 8-Thread CPU @ 3.4Ghz
8GB RAM (2 x 4GB)
500 Gb SATA Hard Disk
SATA SuperMulti LightScribe DVD writer
Intel Gigabit Ethernet
Onboard Intel HD Graphics
Windows 10 Pro x64

This is still a very competent machine for everyday office and internet tasks, and even does well at stuff like video encoding, due to the i7 CPU. It would even be a decent 1080p gaming machine, easily beating any of the current gen consoles, if you put a low profile 1050/ti card in there.

I’ve given the machine a once over, and have just done a clean install of the latest version of Windows 10 Pro on it, fully legal, and activated with the Windows 7 Pro OEM code attached to the case of the PC (Windows 10 upgrade program).

This listing is for just the PC and a power cable, no accessories.

Looking for £150 + postage via cheapest parcel2go service, that’s sufficiently insured. It’s not a big machine, so shouldn’t cost too much, but I’ve not packaged it up and weighed it yet (looking for a box at the moment ) so not sure on postage cost yet. I’ll update the thread once I’ve worked it out.

Payment by BT is preferred, but would consider PPG from established iTrader’s.

Any questions, let me know.

Price and currency: 150
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BT preferred, possible PPG for established iTraders
Location: Chorley, Lancashire (PR7)
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Shin’s story: Using technology to break down the barriers of disability in Japan – Asia News Center

Shin’s journey hasn’t been an easy one, but thanks to his parents lobbying a local education board – which once suggested Shin go to a special needs school – he has always been studying at regular schools.

Since elementary school, he studied with the help of computer software, such as Microsoft Word and OneNote. He uses a small, special mouse to draw graphs.

“By using Windows’ on-screen keyboard and moving the mouse, I can use my PC for study and communicating with my friends,” he explained.

Since 2013, Microsoft has assisted his learning, including preparation for the tough university entrance exam, by providing IT tools, such as the on-screen keyboard and a cursor control system that uses eye movements.

Shin is now trialing a new eye tracking software that enables him to move the mouse cursor with his eyes

“I have faced lots of challenges like everyone else, but we often need help too,” Shin said. “I’m currently trialing the new eye tracking software that enables me to move the mouse cursor with my eyes. This is one more example of how technology will help people like me work more efficiently.”

“My dream is that one day these kinds of functions will not be listed under accessibility but will be an integral part of how we all work to make a better future,” he added.

In 2016, Shin successfully passed the entrance exam for Tokyo University after spending a year at a preparatory school together with other students who aimed to enter the country’s competitive universities.

Now as a university student, Shin continues to study on his electric stretcher with assistance and support from helpers and the school. Since April this year, he lives on his own with assistance when he needs to move.

The entrance exam for Tokyo University is one of Japan’s most competitive assessments. Before the exams, Shin submitted a request to the exam authority, the National Center for University Entrance Examinations, notifying them that his physical condition required more attention.

During the exam, Shin sat in a separate room with more time to take the paper, and was assigned an assistant to write down his answers. Shin was also allowed to use a computer, especially when an answer required a graph.

Shin’s favorite quote by Friedrich Nietzsche, the philosopher he admires, is “Man is something that shall be overcome.” The feisty student is often led by these words when reflecting his own physical disability.

Shin, now 21, studies Western Philosophy at Tokyo University

“I believe that we need a new inclusive philosophical framework because technology is now empowering people to become independent beyond any physical barriers,” he says.

Learning from those with disabilities to improve their opportunities

One of those working with people with disabilities, such as Shin, is Microsoft Japan employee Tomoko Ohshima.

Gathering their comments, requests and feedback, she passes those to the tech giant’s developers to create tools to help people with disabilities.

Ohshima was encouraged to take on this project by Microsoft Japan some ten years ago, inspired by her interactions with a colleague, a programmer who is blind. “Technology is so helpful for people!” she says.

Meanwhile, Japan’s entrance exam system is also improving to accommodate students with various disabilities. A consensus has been established to allow students with disabilities to use tools approved by the authorities, such as computers, and to extend the test time depending on each student’s condition. Ohshima’s commitment of the last ten years coincides with this improvement, and has allowed her to witness the transition.

Challenges still remain for students with disabilities. For example, having a computer read out exam questions is rarely permitted in Japan. Instead, a reader is assigned to read the questions aloud for the examinee. This does not always work well for the students –– some students might want to read important parts more slowly, and others might want to have questions read out repeatedly to better understand them.

One of the reasons computer reading has not been approved is because examiners need to create extra exam papers by digitalizing them. This may be avoidable with optical character recognition (OCR).

“We are willing to provide any useful help and technology to create a society in which anyone can have the opportunity to take the entrance exams and be judged fairly regardless of one’s physical condition,” says Ohshima.


To read more about Microsoft Philanthropies’ work to build future ready generations in Asia, click here.

New Microsoft study: Parents have the greatest impact on young people’s safety online – Microsoft on the Issues

Adults and teens around the world overwhelmingly view parents as the most trusted and most responsible group for keeping children and teens safe online, preliminary results of a new Microsoft study show.

Nearly one-third (29 percent) of respondents said parents are the most trusted, and one in five considered parents to be the most responsible for ensuring the safety of individuals and families online. Software companies scored 9 percent on trust and 7 percent on responsibility ahead of teachers (2 percent and 1 percent, respectively) and local government (3 percent on both categories), but lower than internet service providers, social media companies and national governments.

Results are from the latest research associated with Microsoft’s work in digital civility — encouraging safer and healthier online interactions among all individuals and communities. The study, “Civility, Safety and Interaction Online — 2017,” polled teens ages 13-17 and adults ages 18-74 in 23 countries[1] about 20 online risks. The 2017 research builds on a similar study conducted in 2016 that polled the same age groups in 14 countries about 17 forms of online abuse. In 2017, there were 11,584 teens and adults polled in total.

Council for Digital Good shared its perspective on parents’ role in online safety

A straw poll among Microsoft’s teen Council for Digital Good during the Council summit last month echoed these results. Of the 15 council members, along with parents and chaperones, 23 voted parents to be the most responsible for young people’s online safety, while three cited teachers and three others pointed to technology companies generally.

“Parents who feel overwhelmed by the technology gulf between what they understand and what their kids have already mastered may be tempted to opt out of involvement in their kids’ digital lives,” said Sarah Siegand, mother of one of our Council for Digital Good members and co-founder of the online safety campaign Parents Who Fight. “Yet, the data shows that parents who simply engage in regular conversation with their kids about their online activity have a massive impact on their kids’ understanding of digital civility and responsibility.”

New countries, new data

The countries added to the 2017 Microsoft study are Argentina, Colombia, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Peru and Vietnam. This year, respondents were also asked about additional risks, namely hoaxes, scams and fraud (as a single collective online risk), as well as micro-aggressions and misogyny. (Microaggressions are defined as casual insults made toward any marginalized group in society, such as religious or ethnic minorities, women, LGBT and people with disabilities.)

Final results will be made available on Safer Internet Day 2018, along with a year-over-year look at the Microsoft Digital Civility Index. The inaugural 14-country index, released on Safer Internet Day 2017, represents the lifetime exposure of respondents in each country to the 17 original online risks. We have again grouped the 20 risks into four categories:

  • Reputational – “Doxing” and damage to personal or professional reputations
  • Behavioral – Being treated meanly; experiencing trolling, online harassment or bullying; encountering hate speech and microaggressions
  • Sexual – Sending or receiving unwanted sext messages and making sexual solicitations; being a victim of sextortion or non-consensual pornography (aka “revenge porn”), and
  • Personal / Intrusive – Being the target of unwanted contact, experiencing discrimination, “swatting” (deceiving emergency services like police, fire or medical into sending an emergency response, typically to a person’s home, based on a false report of an ongoing critical incident or crime), misogyny, exposure to extremist content/recruiting, or falling victim to hoaxes, scams or fraud.

Back to school, back to online safety basics

We’re making this preliminary release in the back-to-school time frame to remind parents, educators and young people about the need for smart, safe and respectful online habits and practices at home, at school and on the go. For instance, in addition to strengthening your device’s defenses, keeping personal information private and safeguarding online reputations, consider re-committing to Microsoft’s Digital Civility Challenge by:

  • Treating others as you would like to be treated, acting with empathy, compassion, and kindness in every interaction, and affording everyone respect and dignity.
  • Respecting differences, honoring diverse perspectives and, when disagreements surface, engaging thoughtfully and avoiding name-calling and personal attacks.
  • Pause before replying to contrary comments and refraining from posting or sending anything that could hurt someone, damage a reputation or threaten someone’s safety.
  • Standing up for oneself and others by supporting those who are targets of online abuse or cruelty, reporting activity that threatens anyone’s safety and preserving evidence of inappropriate or unsafe behavior.

We will follow with another early look at some other key research findings in the weeks ahead. In the meantime, to learn more about online safety generally, visit our website and review our resources; “like” us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

[1] Countries surveyed: Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, France, Germany, Hungary, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Peru, Russia, South Africa, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States and Vietnam.

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