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Repurposing with Chromium OS

Repurposing with Chromium OS

Friday, January 13th was a lucky day for students using our new/old lab of Dell Minis . . . they’ve been recycled and now run Chromium OS. This project is a great example of teaching staff identifying a need and LISD finding a tool that fit it. In the process, we found a way to make these original minis last a bit longer. Good techs and good teachers.


2 Responses

  1. Updating the OS to make the netbooks faster was a stoke of genius. Stretching the value of the original investment AND getting technology into the hands of kids is super! Well done to all.

  2. And that stroke of genius is Mike Y!

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