Anyone have a good free timeline maker (online) or Google App to recommend? We have laptops and need to make something that they can save as a PDF to put in a portfolio for a school PBL.

Does anyone have any experience with the Lenovo N23 chromebooks? I know the N22 had issues that have been addressed in the N23, but I am still nervous about the handle and swivel camera's durability.

Also, we are looking at Lenovo N23 windows devices. They seem to be a bargain, as far as versatility and the touchscreen but I am curious about their durability as well.

Any information is appreciated. Thanks in advance.

Do you know of any products similar to Discovery Education?

I have an Ipad and 5 iphones that have been donated for a Google VR project at my school. We are trying to get the Google Expeditions app to work and I can’t see the donated iphones on our network. Our tech department has worked really hard to get the devices to be on the network. As of right now, even with the peer to peer sharing opened up on the network, the ipad is not able to see the donated iphones when I start an Expedition.

Looking to troubleshoot why the devices are showing up as explorers on the leader’s ipad. Does anyone have any ideas or suggestions I can pass along to my tech people?

Thanks for your help with this. I have 8th Graders that can’t wait to get on this!

M Graber

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The Kansas Association of School Librarians District II Workshop will be held in Winfield, Kansas on April 1. Sessions include: Makerspaces with +Anna Catterson, Project Based Learning with +Georgia Sweetwood & +Ann Headrick. If interested, check out our registration link for more detail. This is open to all educators - librarians, teachers, administrators, instructional coaches, etc.

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It's back! Kansas Summit #2 April 22, 2017, at the Lawrence College and Career Center in Lawrence, Kansas. Check out for more details. 

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Our annual Greenbush Student Technology Conference is next week! March 9th @ our Eudora Campus & March 10th at our Girard Campus! I hope to see you all there! Please share with anyone interested. 

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The Greenbush Student Tech Conference 2017 is open for registrations! Please share this info with staff. Here are the links:
Registration links:

March 9th @ Eudora:

March 10th @ Girard:

Call for Presenters:

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The 2nd Annual Greenbush Student Technology Conference Call for Presenters is now open! This year we will be a two-day event at our Eudora Campus, March 9th, and Girard, March 10th. This is a hands-on tech event for students grades 7-12. We are looking for small groups of students or professional presenters to share some awesome techy stuff! Registration opens January 5th.

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