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