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 Admittedly, since the video was originally made, things have a got a little more complicated.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, […]