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Cyber Monday: How to protect your computer

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The Linc’s guide to keeping safe on this year’s Cyber Monday

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Get Safe Online Week: How to stay safe online

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As we come to the end of Get Safe Online Week, and with the announcement of Justice Secretary Chris Grayling’s tougher measures for cyber-bullies and online hackers (of up to two years in prison), The Linc has some handy tips to keep you safe online.

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iWant it, iNeed it, iBought it

The cause of all the trouble Photo: Dan Taylor via Flickr

In the first of a new series of columns for The Linc, Darren Moss asks why we can’t seem to do without technology and the Internet.

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Lighthouse to offer tenants city-wide wireless Internet

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Students in Lighthouse properties will be able to get a wireless Internet service which they can use across Lincoln city.

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Web based lectures, the way forward?

Is the future of academic lectures a hand puppet called Professor G. Sockman accompanied by upbeat music and amusing animations? Photo: Mike Hodges

After noticing an increasing number of students not turning up to lectures, Mike Hodges starts to think of ways the University could improve its ways of teaching.

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Another report slams universities’ use of technology

British universities will lose their leading international standing unless they become much more radical in their use of new technology, according to a JISC commissioned report.

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