Category Archive: Other

Useful Reuse: Chromebooks by Sebastian Fadel

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  Now that our Samsung Chromebooks are two years old, we are witnessing screen damage, trackpad jams, spine distortion, charge port warping, and missing and/or damaged hinges. The warranty  has expired so to… Continue reading

New ways to use EasyBib!

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Easybib Extension / Easybib App Directions: To download the EasyBib Chrome extension click here. Mini-Summary: The EasyBib Chrome extension provides several extra features outside of the standard website. Such as a website’s credibility… Continue reading

Read and Write for Google Review and sit-down with company by Dana Landry and Kayla Carroll

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At Lynnfield High school, half of the students are using Acer Chromebooks and next year, the entire school will have chromebooks.  In anticipation of a 100% chromebook building, we reviewed a very useful… Continue reading

Google Classroom Updates! by Jen Judkins

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You can now add co-teachers to your classes which means they can create announcements and assignments as well as view grades and student work submissions. If you aren’t already using Google Classroom, it’s… Continue reading

Transforming the Helpdesk Office

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The LHS Student helpdesk office (located in our media center) recently underwent a major renovation. The room started out as an audio-visual storage closet, containing old overhead projectors, televisions, shelving units, and a… Continue reading

Custom Headers & Footers Now Available in Docs

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Originally posted on Burlington High School Help Desk:
Yesterday, Google announced two new features in Docs that many students and teachers will be happy about. 1. Docs users now have the ability to…

Google Classroom Mobile App Has Arrived!

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Originally posted on Burlington High School Help Desk:
Note: Currently, the Classroom iOS app is a bit tricky to find in the App Store, but my tech savvy students found it! Here’s how…

Field Trip to Creativity Lab

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On Wednesday, December 10th, the Lynnfield Student Helpdesk went on a field trip to Peabody Public Library to check out their Creativity Lab. The Creativity Lab is a makerspace that contains a number of… Continue reading

Introducing Anthony Metrano

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Who is he? This week, we are talking to one of our younger members of the LHS Student Helpdesk. Anthony Metrano is a sophomore, and his brother Nic also attends LHS as a… Continue reading

Leap Motion Gesture Controller by Max Cohee

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Meet Leap.  It is the future of computer use and navigation.  It is a gesture controlled module that interprets said gestures into messages your computer can actually understand.  It allows you to play a… Continue reading