Mystorybook Website Review

by can be used in many ways in the classroom. the website allows a student to create an online illustrated story which can be shared with a teacher or a class easily.

Field Trip to Creativity Lab


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

Hour of Code @LHS


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

iPads vs. Chromebooks: One student’s opinion by guest blogger Mitchell Rodriguez


This year at Lynnfield High School, seniors and freshmen were given Chromebooks, which is a change since the other classes got iPads. In my opinion, this was a great decision. I prefer Chromebooks… Continue reading

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


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


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

Feedly by Nick Fabrizio


Link: ( Platforms:  (Web Browser) Cost: (Free version available) Summary: Feedly is a web application that allows you to subscribe to various news sources and receive summaries and a picture of their most… Continue reading

New Google Drive Series


This is the first video in a series that I will be making covering all of the new parts of the Google Drive Update. I will be going over everything from this video,… Continue reading

Introducing Sebastian Fadel


Who is he? This week we introduce Sebastian Fadel to the LHS Student Helpdesk. He is a freshman at LHS, and his brother, Gabriel Fadel, is also in the Helpdesk. He is a… Continue reading

What is Leap Motion? by Gabe Fadel


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

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