White List Tip for School Research

Because of the recently implemented whitelist policy, I know that some of you won’t be able to access all the pages that you need. Though generally, all the .edu and .gov pages as well as our commonly-used research sites are allowed, you can check out the text of any site that comes up on google by clicking on the “Naka-cache” link to check out the text. If you need full access to a site, you can inform me via email or through commenting on this entry.

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28 Comments

  1. mam. si james po 2… sana masama sa whitelist yung pang-update ng kaspersky… ot of date na kasi yung akin at di kasama sa whitelist yung mga sites… ty… xpxp

  2. Ma’am hindi ba sobrang hirap ng mangyayari kung everytime na kailangan namin ung isang site dapat isend pa sa MIS? Tapos the next day pa bago maaccess ung site? Paano na ung STR kung sobrang dami ng info sites na kakailangan namin pero blocked naman. Aw. Ang hirap ng may whitelist :((

  3. Ma’am! BLOGGER.COM! 😀 Di makapaglogin sa blog namin e. At comment. 😀 Sama niyo na rin po photobucket para makita yung BeBOT OF THE WEEK. YEY! Tnx.

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  4. Maam, hindi ba mas madali kung blacklist nalang ang i implement, instead of a whitelist? Maam kasi kung yung link importante, pero di rin ma access kaagad, parang wala rin silbi yung sinearch at mas mabilis nalnag kung gumamit ng books. kasi padagdag lang ng padag dag yung whitelist pero kung blacklist, parang lahat pwede except these blahblah, edi mas ok. ma momonitor parin naman yung sites na pinupuntahan kahit na may whitelist/blacklist

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