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Adobe Flash: End-of-Life and what this means:

 
 
Many of you are wondering "what now?"
 
Here is an article by Adobe that explains who, what, when, where, and why:
 
 
 

Center for Interactive Learning is a great place for Valuable Teaching Resources:

 

Center for Interactive Learning

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Do you want to learn more as a Student, Teacher, or Professional? GFC global offers free resources and simple learning for everyone!
 
 
Here are some valuable teacher resources:
 
 
 
 
 



Check out what a RHTA student (Rondell Sarrett III) built to help you find valuable tech resources!

9th Grader Rondell Sarretti at Ranger High Tech Academy built a website to help NRCS students find useful resources. He says he wants to provide a "District Tech-Hub" a "page where students could check out everything they needed to know about tech-related news in the district." He continued: "I went home and did some tinkering with BootStrap 4 and came up with a new layout and design." 
 
Check it out:
 
 

In the news: Front Page of the Chronicle Telegram

MY CHROMEBOOK IS BROKEN! What do I do?!

 If you have a Chromebook needing repairs, follow the procedures below:
 
  1. Report any issue immediately to your classroom teacher.
  2. Teachers will enter a HelpDesk ticket and assign a temporary loaner Chromebook.
  3. Our Digital E.R. Courriers will pick up the injured device (usually within a few hours)
  4. Our Digital E.R. Technicians will diagnose and repair the injured device.
  5. All repairs are documented and forwarded along for billing if necessary.
  6. Our Digital E.R. Courriers will return the Chromebook upon completion. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

2019-2020 Chromebook Pick-up / Return

 
With the new school year fast approaching, many of you are looking for direction on the details of this year's Chromebook distribution. Here is a link for your viewing pleasure: 
 
 
 
 
Jason Frindt
Computer Technician
 
Jim Brandenburg
Technology Integration Specialist

Student Technicians

 
                 Noah Braun
  
             Samson Croston 
 
 
               Tyler Davis 
 
 
         Caiden Hernandez 
 
 
              Landon Kinas 
 
 
              Hadyn Placido 
 
 
              Aidan Shumay 
 
 
             Kaitlynn Sparks 
 
 
              Joseph Young 
  • Emily Giles
  • Jacob Koffman
  • Craig Zidow 

Did you know?

  • laptop computer has a 1-in-10 chance of being stolen.
  • Nearly half of all laptop thefts occur in offices or classrooms.
  • 98% of stolen laptops are never recovered.
  • Laptops have a higher rate of security problems than desktop workstations.

In addition, follow these steps to protect your devices:

  • Physically secure your laptop computer by keeping it in an office that can be locked. Also, use a cable lock to secure it to a desk or heavy object in or outside of the office.
  • Do not store sensitive or confidential data on mobile devices unless you have been authorized to do so.
  • Avoid leaving your mobile devices and media unattended.
  • Always use a password to protect your portable device against unauthorized use.
  • Turn Bluetooth power off by default, and do not let it be set to discoverable.
  • Turn off the radio switch for your laptop's Wi-Fi access when you are not using it.
  • If a portable device is lost or stolen, contact the Technology Department immediately.
  • “Did you know”
    University of Pittsburgh 
    05/01/19 
    https://www.technology.pitt.edu/security
    Accessed 2 May 2019
     

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