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This is the student BTOP presentation required for students to view before receiving a BTOP netbook.

This is the student BTOP presentation required for students to view before receiving a BTOP netbook.

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  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MxY8aHmCy4c&feature=player_detailpage video to checkout
  • Reporting to the school could help the staff be aware of the situation and support you or mediate with the other student/family.Reporting to the police if physically threatened, offline information is shared, or you are not sure. MSP CSI on next page: handouts, information, videos and more!ISP: internet service provider (could cancel their connection)

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  • 1. Eastern Upper Peninsula
    Intermediate School District
    Broadband Technology
    Opportunities Program
    BTOP
  • 2. Getting 21st Century Ready
    Could you be the one to develop this?
    Or any of these?
  • 3. Our Outline:
    The Grant
    Netbook Expectations
    The Cloud
    Internet Safety
    Personalizing it
    The netbook
    Netbooks & vouchers
    Survey
  • 4. Why?
    • Underserved area for broadband (high speed internet).
    • 5. WE ARE READY!
    • 6. BTOP federal grant: netbooks, Microsoft 2010, The Cloud, and more!
  • Expectations
    • Treat the equipment, others, and yourself with respect.
    • 7. Using this netbook is a privilege, not a right.
    • 8. Fully charge and fully discharge your battery to increase battery life.
    • 9. Wrapping cords too tight can break wires.
    • 10. Be gentle!
    • 11. Placing things on top of the netbooks can cause damage.
  • Expectations
    • Allow others in your home to use the netbook educationally.
    • 12. Anticipate traffic tripping on cords.
    • 13. Have separate area for food and liquids.
  • Expectations
    • Report any problems to district tech staff immediately.
    • 14. 3 year warranty including accidental breakage.
    • 15. Return it to school or ISD personnel prior to graduation or leaving the district.
    • 16. Failure to do so may result in the anti-theft software being engaged and a report to the police.
  • Computrace
    LoJack for Laptops
    • Built in from the beginning.
    • 17. District only reports missing.
    • 18. LoJack locates, works with law enforcement in tracking it.
    • 19. Webcams are not remotely turned on by the district.
  • To the CLOUD!
    • Access from ANY internet connected device.
    • 20. All students K–12 and staff.
    • 21. Different for different groups of students.
    english
    geometry
  • 22. Safety Tips
    Protect yourself online!
    • Think about what you are posting. Nothing is completely private when you write it online.
    • 23. Colleges/universities and employers are looking.
    • 24. Respect others online: keep it appropriate.
    • 25. Delete unknown e-mails with attachments.
    • 26. Phone numbers, addresses, videos, travel plans, real names, etc. should be kept private.
    When is it okay to post a picture of others online?
    a.) any time you want
    b.) after you show it to your parents.
    c.) once you have the permission of everybody in it.
  • 27. Be creative with user names & passwords!
    YJGITLALIS@something.com
    You just gotta ignite the lightAnd let it shine
    BBBEBTTMMM@nothing.com
    or
    B3EBT2M3@somewhere.com
    Boom, boom, boomEven brighter than the moon, moon, moon
  • 28. What do you do about cyber bullying?
    1. Prevent it.
    • Do NOT post in anger or frustration.
    • 29. It is not entertainment.
    • 30. Think about what you are posting.
    2. Take action.
    Ignore or block it. Don’t respond.
    Put a stop to it! Report bullying behavior to a trusted adult, the school, police, ISP, cell phone service, or host site (Facebook, YouTube, etc.).
    Don’t pass it on to others.
  • 31. Things you can do:
    *
    Background
    MS Office 2010
    Stickies
    Webcam
    Snipping Tool
    Folders
    *
    Download
    Purchase & decorate own case (10 ½ in.)
  • 32. rubberized casing
    Dell Latitude 2120
    3 USB ports
    extended battery
    VGA: projector port
    personalization window
    handle
    Windows 7 Pro
    160GB hard drive
    webcam & mic
    CIPA filter
    AUP applies
    10.1” high resolution screen
  • 33. Step by step
    Turn netbook on.
    CTRL + ALT + Delete
    Your username should be visible under the flower
    Password: happy123
    Then it will tell you to change your password.
    IF THAT DOESN’T WORK, try green123.
    Then once the desktop comes up:
    CTRL+ALT+DELETE
    Change password
    * (7+ characters)
    User name:
    School code,
    graduation year,
    first 7 letters of last name,
    first initial
  • 34. Vouchers & a survey
    • Please bring up an Internet browser page.
    • 35. Click on the BTOP survey link under Announcements.
    • 36. Click on “Take our BTOP survey”
  • To the cloud!
    Cloud icon on your desktop
    https://cloud.eupschools.org/
    • Use the same username and new password you just created.
    • 37. Two boxes appear that you can minimize:
    • 38. small password box and large security question box.
    • 39. Once you see your cloud you may logout.
  • Your assignment:
    • Fully charge and discharge battery
    TWO times!
    • Then charge every evening.
    • 40. Report any accidents or problems to
    a teacher ASAP.
    • Enjoy and use well!
  • What will computers look like in the future?