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2011-2012 Students

This group is reserved for current students of Marine Biology. These students are enrolled in Honors Marine Biology within the Saint Joseph School District.

Location: Missouri, USA
Members: 11
Latest Activity: Nov 17, 2011

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Feedback Regarding Connected Learning 40 Replies

Use the thread below to make daily updates (during the first week for sure) of your work on the MacBook, the SJSD network, and your home network, etc. The feedback you provide throughout the…Continue

Tags: laptop, MacBook, 1:1, test, pilot

Started by Sean Nash. Last reply by Miles Redman Nov 17, 2011.

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Comment by Miles Redman on November 9, 2011 at 3:30pm

Ignore the subject matter in the background, this happens occasionally. But the computer returns to normal once something happens to change the display, all inputs work when this happens and it doesn't freeze.

Comment by Lauren Johnson on October 25, 2011 at 11:01pm

Oct. 25- I haven't had any problems with my computer all day. The only hitch that I had was that I couldn't figure out how to use dropbox (which I hear is a good way to back up all of my stuff) ,but I'm sure that this is purely my own inadequacy with computers. I made a powerpoint, wrote a paper, got on gmail and google docs multiple times, and did a research assignment for a class which involved reading blogs, watching videos, and listening to podcasts (guess who's wife is the teacher of this class?). I showed multiple people my computer at school today, they were all very impressed with the cool stuff the new computers can do. Honestly though, most people were more impressed with the bag than the computer- in its defense, it is a very cool bag!


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