Classroom Technology: How to use a Classroom Chromebox

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Chrome devices, including Chromeboxes and Chromebooks, have emerged as an affordable, popular alternative to Windows and Mac computers over the past few years, for faculty and students alike. Here at Saint Peter’s University, all our classrooms are now equipped with Chromebox devices, replacing the VDI system. This training goes over the features of the Chromebox devices in classrooms, how to use them, and best practices. 

 

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Article ID: 136887
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Mon 8/16/21 1:30 PM
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Wed 9/28/22 8:27 AM

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