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Keith Sorensen
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Great big fan of baseball, Xbox, cajun food, and helping to change the future of schools through tech.
Great big fan of baseball, Xbox, cajun food, and helping to change the future of schools through tech.

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Schoology: Course Names, Course Codes, Section Names, and Section Codes
Setting up your courses for the beginning of the school year Whether you are setting up courses in Schoology for the very first time or you are copying last year's courses into the new school year to begin fresh, it is best to set up your courses properly f...

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Fremd teachers, here are the directions to print to the Xerox printer in the Faculty Services office.

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Send print jobs from your computer to the Xerox printer
Why print to the Xerox printer? Whenever you have a large printing job you might consider sending it to the Xerox printer. "Large printing job" is more than a class set or more than 100 pages - whichever is larger. Why walk all the way to Faculty Services t...

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These are the four screws and two pins in my spine that in many ways saved my life 11 years ago this summer.
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7/13/15
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It's my first time going to a chiropractor and it turns out Dr. Robinson and I met in college but haven't seen each other in 25 years. Good to see you, Rick!

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I love Chromebooks, but the new Windows 10 computers are the same price but offer more features. There's no comparison!
Microsoft drops some fighting words in a Windows laptop vs. Chromebook comparison.

Microsoft today trotted out a press release about a new laptop program in a Texas school district. The company took some liberties in a paragraph comparing the two approaches. 

“Because of price concerns, the school district initially considered going with Google Chromebooks instead, only to discover that those device are difficult to manage, and that the management console costs actually make Chromebooks more expensive than Windows-based devices. That’s beside the fact that Chromebook only offer non-native Office applications that aren’t as robust as Office 365.”

"Difficult to manage?" That's going to get some reaction. "Not as robust" ... that should get some more.

http://www.winbeta.org/news/el-paso-independent-school-district-passes-chromebooks-chooses-windows-instead?linkId=14196836

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Students allowed to work from home. Awesome!
Minnesota's District 16 planned first electronic learning day using Schoology | ABC Newspapers http://t.sch.gy/MWAck

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Complete the "Parent Contact" Requirement in Infinite Campus
By the end of each school year, teachers must report if they had at least one conversation with a parent of each child in their classes. These are the steps for teachers to report parent contact which is recorded in Infinite Campus. Log in to Infinite Campu...

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Using Outlook on an iPad is clean, fast, and productive. You can access your school email, calendar  and contacts within the same Outlook app, and it integrates with Google Drive, Dropbox, and Office 365. 

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I don't know how you do it, Google, but your Auto-Awesome feature can't be beat! Thanks for making a dance-mix video of my cats in the backyard. I didn't ask for it out loud, but apparently you read my mind, Google.
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