Chromebook Resource Center by Intel

Do you have Chromebooks? These handy devices can do so many things in the classroom. Intel has put together a community for Chromebook users at intel.com/ChromeEdu. There are already some powerful resource guides including the Ultimate Resource (by Naomi Harm), Chromebooks 101 (I wrote that one), Using Chromebooks in the Primary Grades (Erin Klein) and 12 Ways Chromebooks Remove Roadblocks to Tech Integration (Lisa Nielsen).

They also have a way you can win a Chromebook posted as well, so you could win one.

Why I Enjoy Using My Chromebook

My Chromebook loads in 7 seconds. I have found that when I’m traveling, I use it for responding to email and drafting Google Docs (mine came preloaded with 22 GoGo In Flight Passes.) It is also handy for this blog and more.

There are some things you should know though, and my 101 post will help you set yours up right the first time. These handy devices have a rapidly developing community of best practice. Getting connected will be an essential step for anyone using or supporting Chromebooks.

Hope you enjoy Intel’s ChromebookEDU resource center and community. Let’s learn!

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2 thoughts on “Chromebook Resource Center by Intel

  1. Look forward to the resources. Any assistance how to access the resources on Intel community, keep getting the message that the content is restricted. Help appreciated from anyone. Thanks.

    • Hey Everett, I just checked it out and it seems to be up and functioning on my end. I think that if you have an Intel Engage account and your session has timed out, it may ask you to log in, but it’s working fine on my end both with my Engage account and when I’m logged out of it! I hope it is working on your end too! Great content!

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