Chromebook Introduction

Chromebooks at Panyarat High School


Chromebook Introduction

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Chromebooks at Panyarat High School
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  1. Panyarat High SchoolChromebooks

    Slide 1 - Panyarat High SchoolChromebooks

    • Panyarat High SchoolChromebook Info
  2.                     Chromebook CB5-311

    Slide 2 - Chromebook CB5-311

  3.  Chromebook CB5-311Specifications

    Slide 3 - Chromebook CB5-311Specifications

    • Tegra K1 2.1 GHz CD570M-A1 Cortex-A15 Ultra-low Power
    • NVIDIA® GeForce® GPU OS
    • 4 GB of onboard DDR3L system memory 16 GB
    • Chrome OS
    • 13.3" HD 1366 x 768 resolution
    • HD webcam
    • Acer InviLinkTM NplifyTM 802.11a/b/g/n/ac wireless
  4.  Chromebook CB5-311Specifications

    Slide 4 - Chromebook CB5-311Specifications

    • Bluetooth® 4.0
    • 1.5 kg with 4-cell battery pack
    • SDTM Input and output Card reader
    • HDMI® port with HDCP support
    • Two USB 3.0 ports
    • 3.5 mm headphone/speaker jack, supporting headsets with built-in microphone
  5. Introducing the Chromebook (Video)

    Slide 5 - Introducing the Chromebook (Video)

  6. Chromebooks in Education (Video)

    Slide 6 - Chromebooks in Education (Video)

  7. Logging In

    Slide 7 - Logging In

    • (your username is the same you use to logon to your school email)
    • password
    • (same as you use when logging onto your school email)
  8. Chromebooks Acceptable Use

    Slide 8 - Chromebooks Acceptable Use

    • use my assigned Chromebook for educational purposes only;
    • follow the procedures and policies outlined in the PHS Responsible Use Agreement both at school and at home;
    • protect my assigned Chromebook by carrying it securely and safely;
    • never leave my assigned Chromebook unattended in an unsecure or unsupervised location;
    • charge my assigned Chromebook’s battery to full capacity each night;
    • report all damages to or issues with my assigned Chromebook to the school personnel;
    • never alter or attempt to change the management setting on my Chromebook;
    • never share my assigned Chromebook with other students or individuals.
  9. Choosing an Avatar

    Slide 9 - Choosing an Avatar

    • You might be asked to choose an avatar
    • when you logon to a Chromebook
  10. Chrome Home Page

    Slide 10 - Chrome Home Page

  11. Settings

    Slide 11 - Settings

    • Settings > Tab with 3 lines
    • Bookmarks > Show bookmarks bar
    • Bookmarks > See all bookmarked web sites
    • Find > Locate a word on the web page you are on
    • History > Clear browsing data
  12. Vocabulary

    Slide 12 - Vocabulary

    • Omnibox
    • Tabs
    • Navigation Buttons
    • (first row on the keyboard)
  13. Keyboard Navigation Buttons

    Slide 13 - Keyboard Navigation Buttons

  14. Keyboard Shortcuts

    Slide 14 - Keyboard Shortcuts

    • alt+1, alt+2: Navigate between different windows
    • Ctrl+N: Open a new window
    • Ctrl+T: Open a new tab
    • Ctrl+Shift+W: Close the current window
    • Ctrl+Tab: Go to the next tab
    • Ctrl+Shift+Right/Left Arrow: Select text one word at a time
    • Ctrl+Shift+Up/Down Arrow: Select text one line at a time
    • Ctrl+Shift+a: Select all
    • Alt+Tab: Go to the next window you have open
  15. Touch Pad

    Slide 15 - Touch Pad

    • 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 scroll horizontally.
    • 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.
  16. Bookmarking

    Slide 16 - Bookmarking

    • Settings > Bookmarks > Show bookmarks bar (see Settings slide)
    • Star to Bookmark a web site!
    • Add to Bookmark Bar or List of Bookmarks
    • Click > Home button by omnibox to return your homepage
  17. Your settings travel with you

    Slide 17 - Your settings travel with you

    • It does not matter which Chromebook or you log into because your settings, bookmarks, Google Apps and extensions travel with you and your account.
    • Tip: You can also logon to Google
    • on your home computer and get
    • all of your Chrome Settings
    • and Google Drive.
  18. What are Web Apps?

    Slide 18 - What are Web Apps?

    • Web apps are web applications that allow you to do things such as create documents, create flash cards, read books, practice keyboarding, and more on the Chromebook. Unlike traditional software, web apps install in seconds and are always up-to-date.
    • The Chromebook comes with some pre-installed web apps. However, students can download web apps to individualize practice and learning. When a student downloads an app, that app will be part of his collection until that student deletes the app.
  19. Apps

    Slide 19 - Apps

  20. Extensions

    Slide 20 - Extensions

    • A few good examples: Quickrr Stopwatch and CountdownQuickrr CalculatorGoogle DictionaryPicMonkey (photo editing)Quickrr Unit Convertermany more!
  21. Sign Out of Your Account

    Slide 21 - Sign Out of Your Account

    • Sign out!
  22. Signing Out

    Slide 22 - Signing Out

    • Your choice:
    • Click > Bottom right corner icons (clock) > Sign Out
    • Key command: Ctrl+Shift+Q
  23. Slide 23

    • The web is what you make of it.