As the District moves closer to a 1:1 Chromebook scenario it is easy to think that we can do everything electronically, that we no longer should be printing. Before we go paperless, we need to ask the question, “Is going paperless best for students?”
Interactive notebooks is one example of why we should not go “paperless” at this point in time. I am sure that others can add additional items to this the list.
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As a district, we go through paper like there’s no tomorrow! In the next few weeks and months, we will take a deeper look at how, and where we print and make copies, and begin collecting data on devices, users, and types of print jobs. In short, we will begin reining in our print costs. Continue reading “Save the trees!”
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve stumbled upon a great resource online, only to have tons of ads and images that clutter the page when printed or saved as a PDF. I searched for programs that would clean up those pages and found my savior, CleanPrint. Continue reading “CleanPrint Saves Ink and Paper”