Category Archive: Tech News & Events

Learning with Spheros by Jamie Kassiotis

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 As part of the Makerspace@LHS, one of the devices students can play and learn is a Sphero.  A Sphero is the first robotic ball gaming device that you control with a tilt, touch, or… Continue reading

Welcome to the LHS 2015-2016 School Year Student Help Desk by Dana Landry

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          Welcome back to the 2015-2016 school year. Many of the student help desk members have graduated and many have just joined our team. What is Help Desk? Help desk… Continue reading

Ilos Interview by Nick Bisconti

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Sean Higgins is the founder and sales lead at Ilos.  He runs his business with his previous co-worker from a fortune 500 company. Together, they made a screencasting software/website that allows you to… Continue reading

Introducing Dana Landry

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This week, we welcome Dana Landry into the Lynnfield High School Student Helpdesk. Dana is a sophomore at Lynnfield High School, and is heavily involved in theater at the school. In her free… Continue reading

Kahoot! by Matt Germano

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Name: Kahoot! Platforms:  Web, Android, iOS Cost: Free Summary: Kahoot! is a game-based educational platform that allows teachers/students to create and play quizzes, discussions or surveys using any device with a web browser. It allows teachers to access… Continue reading

Hour of Code @LHS

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This week December 8th through the 14th is the 2nd annual hour of code week. The hour of code is a one hour introduction to computer science designed to demystify code and show… Continue reading

Google’s Made with Code Holiday Lights Project by Nick Fabrizio

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HOLIDAY LIGHTS  Create your own Christmas tree light design that could be displayed on a Christmas tree at the White House. Google’s “Made W/ Code” project has opened the Holiday Lights project which… Continue reading

1st Live Twitter Chat by LHS Student Help Desk Students

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On December 2, 2014, schools from Massachusetts to Maine with student-run IT help desk programs participated in a live Twitter chat. The topics of discussion included basic uses of technology, integration of specific… Continue reading

What is Leap Motion? by Gabe Fadel

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The Leap Motion is a new piece of technology that allows users to interact with their computers in an entirely unique way, with their hands.  The Leap is a tiny piece of hardware,… Continue reading

Introducing Gabe Fadel

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Lynnfield High School’s Student Helpdesk has been growing over the last few years, and this year we have added a number of new students to our roster. As a result of this rapid… Continue reading

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