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Making the Grade with Netbooks. March 11, 2011 Nancy Ennis, Technology Resource Teacher OIT Elizabeth Htwar , Technology Teacher Waverly/Manor Woods. Logging In. Login Protocols. This should match your teacher laptop login. Please log on to the netbook . USERNAME: HCPSS\ ehtwar

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Making the Grade with Netbooks

March 11, 2011

Nancy Ennis, Technology Resource Teacher OIT

Elizabeth Htwar, Technology Teacher Waverly/Manor Woods


Logging In


Login Protocols

This should match your teacher laptop login

Please log on to the netbook.

USERNAME: HCPSS\ehtwar

PASSWORD: password


Introduction to the Netbook Hardware


Right Side View

From left to right: 2 USB ports, Ethernet, power, and lock


Left Side View

From left to right: Lock, VGA slot, vent, USB port, microphone, headphones


Front View

Troubleshooting: The signal indicator light should be BLUE to indicate the netbook is accessing the internet. If it is off click Fn + F6.

From left to right: Indicator lights, vent, SD card slot, vent


Troubleshooting:

Make sure the battery pack is clicked in tight to the back of the computer.

Power supply and removable battery


Best Practices for Managing Mobile Labs


Assign Computers

  • Lost work may be saved!

  • Teachers should make an effort to assign computer numbers to students for each project or for the school year.


Class Jobs

  • Each teacher can assign a “Tech Helper” who is in charge of plugging in computers, wrapping cords, double checking that each laptop is in the assigned spot, collecting headphones, checking the printer tray for paper, etc.

Please also remember to plug in the cart when you return it to the media center or another classroom so it can charge overnight!


Introduction to Windows 7


Start Menu


Applications/Programs

You can also enter the program name in the Search field.


Computer

  • This is where you will find your Hand-In and Hand-Out folders, your Network folder, the Campus folder, and any removable devises you have plugged in. To access any of these, just double click.


Logging Out & Shutting Down


Shut-down & Restart

  • To Shut down (save work first)

  • Start Menu -> Shut down

  • To Restart

    • Start Menu -> Restart

  • To Sleep

    • Start Menu -> Sleep…

  • Make sure it has completely shut down before shutting the lid (black screen)

  • Pressing the power button should be last resort


  • Login