Google Meet videos from Eric Curts

Eric has put up a series of videos to help you get the most out of Google Meet. Google Hangouts Meet is an easy but powerful tool for video conferencing. With Meet you can connect with other people using any device including a PC, Mac, Chromebook, smart phone, or tablet. While in the video conference you can […]

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Signing in to the Chromebooks and Google Classroom

This article is more for the elementary students that may be signing in to the Chromebooks for the very first time or are having issues signing in to the Chromebooks/ The KCS Chromebooks The Kenton City Schools’ Chromebooks are locked to KCS email accounts. Personal or other Google accounts cannot be used on the Chromebooks. […]

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Installing the new Cricut software on your Macbook

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The new Cricut software can be installed on your Macbook without the administrator password. Download the application from Cricut and it will show a window to drag the Cricut application to Applications. This will not work. To install the application it needs to be put in your Applications folder, not the machine’s. Using the Go menu at […]

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Shortening web addresses with go.kcs.me

A URL shortener is a service that takes a long web address and makes it shorter and easier to share. If you’ve every used or seen bit.ly or tinyurl.com, you’ve used an URL shortener. I had written an URL shortener several years ago, and remnants of it still exist under kcs.me. It worked ok, but […]

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Printing and copying through Papercut

The process of printing and copying with the copiers is now changed. Staff will use the copier pin that was sent to their email, while students will use their student ID #. Students are limited to ~20 pages a week, which will probably need to be adjusted as the year progresses. To begin, you will […]

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