In this video I show how simple and quick it is to carry out Chromebook repairs yourself and save you hundreds in spare parts. Admittedly, since the video was originally made, things have a got a little more complicated. At the time you didn’t have to worry about screen sizes or resolutions — most Chromebooks similar sized screens. And there wasn’t a hope of finding a touchscreen in a Chromebook. But the video still holds up and covers the basics of replacing a Chromebook screen really well.
In the first ClassThink vlog I talk about why Chromebooks are becoming a popular educational tool.
Who needs a speedy PC when you’ve got Google’s cloud super computers to process your video?! Video editing in a web browser is one of those things which has always seemed out of the reach of Google’s wannabe laptop, but there are now several options for editing video on a Chromebook. My absoluteis built right into YouTube, […]
This week I took part in Education on Air, Google’s annual series of presentations looking at the use of technology in the classroom. I talked about how and why we decided to switch from a fleet of 700 Windows desktops to Chromebooks and Google Apps. In the video I cover the decision making process we went though, […]
A few weeks ago I wrote an article explaining how you can give student feedback in Google Docs using the comments and suggestions features. Following this several teachers reported that their feedback comments were disappearing for students, although the teacher could still see them. It took me a while to work out, but there is […]