Tuesday, March 30
A short tutorial for students and teachers on Screen Time in macOS.
Monday, March 29
A short tutorial for students and teachers on Mission Control.
Thursday, March 18
A short tutorial for students and teachers on using voice dictation on your Mac.
Wednesday, March 17
A short tutorial for students and teachers on adding the Google Dictionary Chrome extension to your Chrome Browser.
Tuesday, March 16
Check out the video below to learn how to clean your phone!
Monday, March 15
Check out the video below to improve your hand washing skills!
Adapted from: New York Times.
Friday, March 13
Check out the video below to improve your Google search results!
Thursday, March 12
A short tutorial for students and teachers explaining screenshots on a Mac!
Wednesday, March 11
Do you need to block everything out and just get to work? Well, have we got a Chrome browser extension for you!
Tuesday, March 10
A short tutorial for students and teachers explaining the benefits of rebooting your Mac and controlling your Login Items.
Monday, March 9
An easy way to control eye strain is to follow the 20-20-20 rule. Check it our today!
Friday, March 6
The Chrome browser can run slowly when you have too many tabs open. Check out today's Micro PD to learn how to manage your tabs.
Thursday, March 5
Is your Chrome browser running slowly and is your laptop battery draining too quickly? Check out today's Micro PD for some solutions.
Wednesday, March 4
Are you forgetting to stand up and stretch while in virtual school? Check out this recommendation for and app that will remind you to do both!
Tuesday, March 3
Today, let's take a look at video settings in iOS and Android.
Monday, March 2
Welcome to the EdTech Blog. Get the latest Virtual School tips, FAQs, and demo slams from the KIS EdTech Team. Today, let's take a look at a setting that will help you deal with eyestrain on your Mac and then explore a free app to track how long you've been actively using your computer.
A simple menubar app for macOS that tracks how long you've been actively using your computer. Aware tells you how long you've been using your computers in hours and minutes. It knows this because it detect the movements of your mouse and the keystrokes on your keypad. After a short time of inactivity (a break), Aware will pause the timer, the reset and start again when more activity is detected.