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Computer Lab Rules and
Procedures
Oak Ridge Elementary School
Ms. Mercer
Fall 2009 ● Creative Commons license (attribution...
Be nice to the computers
Be nice to the computers
Don’t pull, hit, bang, or do things that
might hurt the equipment
Don’t crawl around under the ta...
Don’t share personal
information online
Don’t share personal
information online
Passwords: especially class or district
passwords to people outside our class,
sch...
Work together
Work together
Always be polite and helpful in your
response to others
If a neighbor is stuck, help them out
If you are wor...
Go where the teacher sends you
Go where the teacher sends you
Go to the sites I have given you to work on
If you are doing a search, go to sites
related ...
Try your best
Try your best
Use writing appropriate for school
(no txt lingo, etc.)
Check your writing and correct it before
you hit sub...
Learn and have fun
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Computer Lab Rules And Procedures Ss

  1. 1. Computer Lab Rules and Procedures Oak Ridge Elementary School Ms. Mercer Fall 2009 ● Creative Commons license (attribution /share alike)
  2. 2. Be nice to the computers
  3. 3. Be nice to the computers Don’t pull, hit, bang, or do things that might hurt the equipment Don’t crawl around under the tables Don’t pull out cords, move mice, headphones, or other parts without checking with the teacher Don’t write on the tables or chairs
  4. 4. Don’t share personal information online
  5. 5. Don’t share personal information online Passwords: especially class or district passwords to people outside our class, school, or school district Where you live Information you don’t want to be “public”
  6. 6. Work together
  7. 7. Work together Always be polite and helpful in your response to others If a neighbor is stuck, help them out If you are working on a group project, communicate before you change the work of others
  8. 8. Go where the teacher sends you
  9. 9. Go where the teacher sends you Go to the sites I have given you to work on If you are doing a search, go to sites related to your search If we are having a choice time, ask before you go to a site that is not on the list
  10. 10. Try your best
  11. 11. Try your best Use writing appropriate for school (no txt lingo, etc.) Check your writing and correct it before you hit submit Read the question and make sure you understand it, before you answer
  12. 12. Learn and have fun

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