Google Cloud Connect By Max Cohee

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Google Cloud Connect. It is a very under-acknowledged piece of software that could be very helpful in our school environment. It is a free plugin developed by Google for Microsoft Office, and is… Continue reading

Windows Server 2012 By Nick Fabrizio

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Windows Server 2012 The Windows Server edition of windows is one of the most widely used operating systems in the US. Taking advantage of Apples’ uneducated areas in servers,  Microsoft has little to… Continue reading

Google Docs Grammer and Spell Check By Noah Dalton

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Some students and teachers have been noticing some problems with Google Docs spell check and grammar check feature. Personally, I think google’s spell check feature works very well and is far superior to… Continue reading

What is the Surface Tablet? by Max Cohee

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The next big up-and-coming tablet is here. The Microsoft Surface. But is it really what it is advertised to be? The new Surface runs the newest version of Windows 8 ported over for… Continue reading

Splash Top by Nick Fabrizio

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As many people may know 2012 was a very fast moving year for app development. The world of app development has a wide area of uses like Music, Images, Ease of use, and… Continue reading

QR Codes in the Classroom by Zach Glowik

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A QR code is an image that links a smart device to a website, image, or even bank account, with the help of an app. These codes were originally made to track vehicles… Continue reading

How to Make a Copy of a Document or Presentation in Google Drive by Matt Parziale

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Many teachers have been concerned with students continuing to work on an assignment after the due date when using Google docs and spreadsheets.  To prevent this from happening, the best thing to do… Continue reading

Chrome Book vs. iPad For School Uses

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With technology developing into what it is today, many new uses for technology have become available. One of these uses includes a school environment. Many students prefer to take notes, create documents, read… Continue reading

Backchanneling by Matt Parziale

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Have you ever watched a live sporting event or TV show while composing or reading tweets about that event? If so, you have backchanneled. Everyday people backchannel without even realizing it. Backchanneling is… Continue reading

New Facebook Feature

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New Facebook Feature by Ms. Alpert What do you think about this new feature?