The following apps are now available in Self Service for All High School staff and students: Adobe Capture Adobe Illustrator Draw Adobe Photoshop Sketch Adobe Photoshop Mix Adobe Photoshop Fix Adobe XD Adobe Spark Post Adobe Spark Page Adobe Spark Continue reading Adobe Apps Added to Self Service for High School
Oregon Battle of the Books (OBOB) is a great program that most of our schools participate in. Students in grades 3-12 form teams and avidly read a set of books in their division. They then compete against other teams within Continue reading OBOB Titles Nominated for 2019
For those of you that are using the New Google Sites with your students and your students are using iPad 4’s or haven’t updated to the latest iOS, then you might find that your students cannot navigate within your site Continue reading Are Your Students Having Trouble Navigating in the New Google Sites?
If you’ve updated to the new iOS 11 on your iPad, then you’ve probably noticed the updated flick keyboard. To access the gray characters, such as the @, all you have to do is press the “A” and pull down Continue reading How to Use the iPad’s New Flick Keyboard in iOS 11
Many of the (free) dictionary apps in Apple’s App Store have very low privacy scores and we are unable to add them to Self Service as a result. As we continue to search and work with app developers to find Continue reading Turning on Your iPad’s Dictionary
For those of you that are using Google Classroom, you realize that Google Classroom is organized in a stream by the date and time they are posted. However, sometimes there are posts that you want students to see at the Continue reading Google Classroom Tip – Move to the Top
Many of you have downloaded the Google Drive app to your laptop and have seen the icon at the top of your screen: It comes in handy for a couple of reasons. Not only is it backing up what you Continue reading Google Drive and Backup & Sync
Here’s a quick tip for grading student work in Google Classroom on an iPad. Thanks to Tara Butler for finding and sharing! When you’re in the Student Work tab, you just swipe left or right on the right pane to Continue reading iPad Grading in Google Classroom