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Chromebook Implementation: Tips and Procedures

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Overview

Have you been thinking about implementing Chromebooks in your school or district? Are you unsure of how to begin, what you will need, and what the potential pitfalls might be? In this webinar, join Chris Casal as he shares suggestions, tips, and procedures for helping to ensure a smooth rollout of Chromebooks in the classroom. Chris will outline an overall plan and discuss the logistics for getting Chromebooks into the hands of teachers or students, providing recommendations to help ensure that things go smoothly and warnings of possible pitfalls to be avoided. In addition, he will discuss a timeline for training, as well as what might be needed for technical support, with an eye toward the future and scalability.

If you are considering an investment in Chromebooks in your school or district, this webinar will provide an inside view on how to approach the task head on.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Other
Last aired on: Saturday, February 7, 2015 @ 1:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Administrator Resources
Tags: chromebooks, deployment, implementing chromebooks, mobile learning

Reviews (34)

Full Member
+10
 
Very helpful. Thanks!
Full Member
+1
 
Thanks for all the great information.
Full Member
 
Helpful and informative!
Full Member
 
Very helpful suggestions about implementing Chromebooks in the classroom.
Full Member
 
Very informative from a technological standpoint. Thank you for sharing your valuable insight!
Full Member
 
This is an excellent webinar if you are ready to roll out chromebooks.

Full Member
 
Good webinar to watch when your school is thinking getting chromebooks. I am needing the tutorials on how to work in the the management council.
 
Good tips on enrolling students. Great reminder to purchase the management console!
 
Great Info Chris
Basic Member
 
Good advice especially about capacity of existing network!
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