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● When unplugging-do so gently
● Carry the Chromebook closed and with two
● Keep water bottle on the floor to avoid water
● When not using your Chromebook, close it
to save the battery
● When finished, make sure to log off
● Put it in the cart gently and plug in to make
sure it gets charged- look for the light
Logging In: GS students
● open Chrome
● fill in the email and
pw with info from
Ms. Harris (every student
will get a card w/ username &
Logging In: Jr. High & HS
● Log on to school PC.
● Select Change pw
● Put in old pw
● select a new pw. It must be 8 characters
or more. (If it fits the criteria, you can choose your same old pw, but you still
have to go through this process.)
● Go to Chrome Browser
● log in with username & new pw
(firstname.lastname@example.org and new pw)
Click: Just press down on the lower half of the touchpad.
Since tap-to-click is enabled by default, you can quickly tap
the touchpad to click.
Right-click: Click the touchpad with two fingers.
Scroll: Place two fingers on the touchpad and move
them up and down to scroll vertically, left and right to
Drag and drop: Click the item you want to move with one
finger. With a second finger, move the item. Release both
fingers to drop the item at its new location.
Jr. High / HS Chrome Carts
Athena = in Mr. Wells’ room
Aphrodite = in Mr. Mortenson’s room
Artemis = Mrs. Bonner’s room
Shakespeare & Einstein will remain in lab.
Chrome Cart Rules of the Road
1. Keep the cart plugged in at ALL TIMES.
2. Must be returned each time when you are
finished...don’t make others search for it!
3. Cart should be locked when not in use...and
please keep the combination secret!
4. Be gentle when you slide the Chromebooks
in and plug them in. Should go into the cart in
5. Each student should be “assigned” the same
Chromebook each time.
Chrome Web Store
Chrome Apps are advanced interactive
websites providing either a wide-ranging
set of features, or focusing on a single
task like photo editing or shopping. You
can discover more than 30,000 free and
paid apps, themes and extensions at
the Chrome Web Store.
Chrome Web Store
Google Docs VIewer
Search by Image
Send from Gmail
Read Later Fast
By Google Productivity
23 useful extensions
Boomerang for Gmail
Chrome to phone
Incredible Start Page
Chrome Tips Beta
AppJump App Launcher
goo.gl URL shortner
Beat the boot
Word search puzzle
20 things I learned
Extensions Web Apps
One True Media
Living on the web
This presentation was originally created by
Molly Schroeder, Technology Integration
Specialist for the Edina Public Schools. It
was adapted and additional material was
added for use with Heyworth Schools and
policy by District Librarian Michelle Harris.
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