Disclaimer

Let's put aside the convoluted and pompous legal jargon characteristic of most disclaimers and get down to the nitty gritty core of I want to communicate to you today.  I , Med Kharbach, the editor and owner of Educational Technology and Mobile Learning publicly declare the following facts :



     1-  Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has just turned four and in the course of these four years experience in blogging I managed to publish a little over 3000 posts (as of this date october 24, 2013). These posts are mainly reviews of educational web tools and mobile apps, app suggestions, educational infographics and posters, guides and video tutorials, and tips on integrating technology into education. The sources of my content are  multifarious: from feeds on my personal/professional learning network to direct emails suggesting potential content for my blog, there is always something interesting to write about.

     2-  Most of the images I use here are screenshots of web tools and mobile apps I review. However, there are times when I use some free image hosting platforms to pick pictures to use in my blog posts. I mostly use Google Image and I always make sure to tick the "free to use and share" option in its advanced search functionality to look for images. Again, if you come across any image in this blog that you think has problems with accreditation, please let me know and I will fix it immediately.

    3-   Inline with my responsibility as an educator I hereby state the following:
Some of the materials that are published in this blog are not my own property like for example some guides, posters and infographics. However, there is always a link back to the original creator. If you are the owner of a resource featured in this blog and you decide, for a reason or another, that you do not want it to be featured here anymore or  you want me to change the link to the credited source or even take it down completely from the site, I, first, apologize for this potential  inconvenience and humbly ask you to report it to me and your request will be met in less than 24 hours.

Witten by: Med Kharbach on October 24th, 2013.
email : med@educatorstechnology.com
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