Time to make the jump to macOS Mojave 10.14 on my early 2013 15″ MacBook Pro. It’s a pre-TouchBar, pre-USB-C 16GB RAM MBP so I am nursing it as long as I can. I’ve made a couple of visits to an authorised Apple Service Provider Care over the years, the last in July to change its battery.
If you were not prompted to update, visit Apple’s Mojave page. See Gizmodo’s “14 Things You Can Do in macOS 10.14 Mojave That You Couldn’t Do Before” [link]. I look forward to the cleaning up of many cluttered desktops amongst my students by Stacks!
My MBP specs
Mojave popularises dark mode; our eyes sure need a rest!
Back after the jump…
Update: It took an hour
The learning programme for second year RVRC students is made up of 12-hour forums in three pillars: resilience, reflection and respect. I offered RESL07: “Digital Literacies for the 21 Century” originally to a class of 15 but added the waiting list so there are about 30 students now which is unwieldy and its a struggle until I redesign the class.
This forum exposes undergraduates to a diversity of tools, to learn about selecting the right tool for a specific task or project, and then to appreciate competent use which amplifies ability. This is done through group work and comparisons which brings about the realisation that often a critical element to technological use is planning, communication and camaraderie.
They are quick to engage new tools so really it is about having purpose and being sensitive but also confident about the people they will work with.