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The Hutchins School ICT at Hutchins For Students– 2013. Housekeeping Exits | Emergency Procedure | Amenities | Wake Up & Stretch | Make Yourself Comfortable …. Getting Help. Email helpdesk@hutchins.tas.edu.au for technical requests

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housekeeping exits emergency procedure amenities wake up stretch make yourself comfortable

HousekeepingExits | Emergency Procedure | Amenities | Wake Up & Stretch| Make Yourself Comfortable …

getting help
Getting Help
  • Email helpdesk@hutchins.tas.edu.au for technical requests
  • Mr Sam Murray – Computer Technician – x313 smu@hutchins.tas.edu.au
  • Mr Matt Ralph – Computer Systems Officer – x305 mrl@hutchins.tas.edu.au
  • Mr Ian MacRae – IT Manager – x290 ima@hutchins.tas.edu.au
  • Student IT Leaders – find them, ask them, help them, join them.
  • IT Knowledgebase:
  • http://apollo.hutchins.tas.edu.au/otherPrograms/is/ithelp
passwords
Passwords
  • Minimum 8 characters long
  • Needs at least two of the following:
  • An uppercase letter
  • A number
  • A wild character ~`!@#$%^&*()_-+=|\
  • Also, can’t use your name, partial name or previous 6 passwords
  • All computer passwords expire every 60 days
email
Email
  • We’re now back to username@hutchins.tas.edu.au
  • Year 9 Laptops – full client of Outlook (email program)
  • Start -> type Outlook in search box -> follow the prompts to set up, put your password in and check the box to remember it
  • Settings on mobile devices: All taken care of by MobileIron App [NEXT]
mobileiron
MobileIron
  • App to manage Wireless Networks, Certificates (needed for secure site access, e.g., https://gmail.com), Email Settings
  • Instructions on Intranet Home Page:
don t save to the desktop
Don’t save to the Desktop!
  • If you want to keep your documents, don’t save to the desktop.
  • If you have already, drag them into:
    • SkyDrive: https://skydrive.live.com/ - link on homepage
    • Sign in with username@MY.hutchins.tas.edu.au
    • ***NOTE***: Email is different – username@hutchins.tas.edu.au
saving to skydrive
Saving to SkyDrive
  • TIP: Keep file names simple
  • A couple file name restrictions:
  • Doesn’t like wild characters in file name: &~`!@#$%^*()+=|\/?’”;:
  • Doesn’t like double full stops .. OR double spaces in file names
  • Size restrictions:
  • Individual files limited to 300MB size (but 7GB quota, save as many and as much as you want)
hutchins central sharepoint
Hutchins Central (SharePoint)
  • The Hutchins School Intranet (our internal web pages)
  • http://apollo.hutchins.tas.edu.au
  • Central repository for almost everything digital at Hutchins (your files, shared files, subject/year level sites, submissions…)
  • If accessing outside of school, sign in with:
  • hutchins\your_computer_username
  • your_computer_password
fronter
Fronter
  • Our VLE (Virtual Learning Environment) – class materials
  • https://casas.tas.edu.au/vle/
  • your_username.hutchins
  • your_fronter_password
id cards photocopiers library borrowing
ID Cards, Photocopiers, Library Borrowing
  • ID Card has your student ID number
  • ID card used for borrowing items from the libraries
  • It is also your photocopier access card in Nettlefold Library
passwords crisis or opportunity
Passwords, Crisis or Opportunity?
  • Your chance to get creative (samples only):
  • Blink183
  • $1Cheezburgrz
  • 2$Porsche
  • MadeA#OfIt
  • KaPow!*#Bam
  • RIPCobain94
  • @notherPWDgrrr
windows 7
Windows 7

Find anything: documents, programs, emails…

Right click on programs to add to Start Menu, Task Bar or send shortcut to desktop

…by clicking here and typing.

wireless
Wireless
  • Personal devices – iPhones, iPads, Android devices, student and staff owned devices use HutchinsOpen – we encourage mobile tech use
  • Visitors from Universities may use the Eduroam network with their University computer logon details. Hutchins staff senior students can use eduroam at Universities – username: your_username@hutchins.tas.edu.au and your_hutchins_password
internet at hutchins
Internet at Hutchins
  • We are a customer of AARNet (Australian Academic and Research Network) – same network all Australian Universities use, the CSIRO and some other independent schools around Australia
  • 1GB Fibre connection (very fast)
  • Student Quota: 500MB per day
  • *note: we monitor download amounts, if excessive, we require justification of educational use
  • If a site is blocked that you need to access, get your teacher to email helpdesk
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Internet at Hutchins
  • We use an internet filtering product:
  • Netbox Blue
  • This requires a logon
  • Hutchins username and password
  • Choose option automatically connect
  • Internet sites need this initial logon
omg how am i going to remember all this
OMG How Am I Going to Remember All This?
  • Communication – we love you. Talk to us. Tell us if it’s broken, not working, don’t have a clue, want training - helpdesk@hutchins.tas.edu.au
  • Have a go – you need to give yourself more credit, you are better with technology than you think. Have a go, use the force, get the gut feeling thing happening.
  • Ask the next guy – if they’re right there, why not?
  • Emergency – call us, but remember prevention is best - planningfor important events that use ICT is critical
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Lynda.com online video training – registration instructions on Intranet home page – Atomic Learning video training, same place