1 McCook Central High School Gateway M285-E Tablet McCook Central School District E. Essex Ave. Salem, SD Phone: Fax:
2 TABLE OF CONTENTS McCook Central High School 2 1. OVERVIEW Page 4 2. TABLET SPECIFICATIONS Page 5 3. RECEIVING YOUR TABLET Page 6 4. TAKING CARE OF YOUR TABLET 4.1 General Precautions Page Carrying Tablets Page Screen Care Page 7 5. USING YOUR TABLET AT SCHOOL 5.1 Tablets Left at Home Page Tablets Undergoing Repair Page Charging Your Tablet Battery Page Screensavers Page Sound Page Printing Page 8 6. MANAGING YOUR FILES & SAVING YOUR WORK 6.1 Saving to My Documents Page Saving Data to Removable Storage Devices Page 9 7. SOFTWARE ON TABLETS 7.1 Originally Installed Software Page Virus Protection Page Additional Software Page Inspection Page Software Upgrades Page 10
3 3 8. ACCEPTABLE USE 8.1 General Guidelines Page Privacy and Safety Page Legal Propriety Page Page Consequences Page PROTECTING & STORING YOUR TABLET 9.1 Tablet Identification Page Password Protection Page Storing Your Tablet Page Tablets Left in Unsupervised Areas Page REPAIRING OR REPLACING YOUR TABLET 10.1 Gateway Warranty Page Accidental Damage Protection Page School District Protection Page Claims Page TABLET TECHNICAL SUPPORT 12. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Page 14 Page PRIVILEGES AND CONSEQUENCES Page 18
4 4 1. OVERVIEW Beginning with the school year, all McCook Central High School students, grade 9-12, will be issued Tablet PC Computers for use as part of their educational curriculum. It is the McCook Central School District s belief that the Tablet PC Computers will help students develop skills that are critical in our 21 st century work world. These 21 st century skills include: Critical and creative thinking Problem solving skills Information and computer skills Interpersonal and self-direction skills Technology literacy Tablet PC Computers will allow students to direct their own learning and have a greater reliance on active learning strategies. Students will be able to transfer knowledge across disciplines. The increased access to technology will enhance instruction and provide more achievement opportunities for our students. Once the Tablet is issued to a student, the Tablet will stay with them for the remainder of the school year, or until they withdraw from school. Students will be responsible for bringing the Tablets to school with them, taking them home at the end of the day, and charging them for use before the next day. It is important to note that these units stay with the students 24 hours a day, and are not left unsupervised at school at any time.
5 5 2. TABLET SPECIFICATIONS Gateway M285E Tablet PC Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition, Microsoft Office Professional Edition Processor: Intel Core Solo Processor T1300 (1.66GHz, 667MHz FSB, 2MB L2 Cache) Memory: 1024MB 533MHz DDR2 SDRAM (2-512MB modules) Hard Drive: 40GB 5400rpm Serial ATA hard drive Memory Card Reader: 7-in-1 media card reader Optical Drive: Modular 24x/10x/24x CD-RW/8x DVD combo Screen: 14.0 WXGA TFT (1280 x 768) with Rotating Hinge for Tablet Functionality Video: ATI Mobility Radeon X MB Graphics featuring Avivo display technology Digitizer Pens: Gateway Executive Stylus Pen w/continuous Sensing Technology Battery: Primary 8-cell Lithium ion battery with AC pack and 1 yr. limited battery warranty Modem and Network Adapter: Integrated V.92 56K modem, Integrated Intel 10/100/1000 Ethernet Adapter, Integrated Intel a/b/g wireless networking card Extended Service Plan Including Limited Warranty: 3 year parts, labor, Authorized Service Provider (ASP) service, 3 year limited technical support Accidental Damage Protection: Three (3) years accidental damage protection Protective Sleeve: Infocase Crush Resistant Sleeve (with handle or strap)
6 6 3. RECEIVING YOUR TABLET Tablets will be issued each fall. Prior to the start of school, there will be a mandatory meeting for Parents and Students. They must attend this meeting prior to receiving a Tablet. Parents and Students must sign and return the Tablet Computer Protection Plan and the Student Responsibilities for Tablet Use documents before the Tablet will be issued to the student. The Tablet Computer Protection plan outlines three options for families to protect the Tablet investment for the school district. Please review the Tablet Computer Protection plan included in this handbook. Tablets will be collected at the end of each school year for maintenance, cleaning and software installations. Students will be reissued their original Tablet each year while enrolled at MCHS. 4. TAKING CARE OF YOUR TABLET Students are responsible for the general care of the Tablet they have been issued by the school. Tablets that are broken or fail to work properly must be taken to the Tech Help Room located in the Library. 4.1 General Precautions No food or drink is allowed next to your Tablet while it is in use, as per school policy. Cords, cables, and removable storage devices must be inserted carefully into the Tablet. Students should carry their Tablets with the screen latched. Do not carry it unlatched. Tablets should be put in Stand By mode before moving them to conserve battery life. Tablets must remain free of any writing, drawing, stickers, or labels that are not the property of the McCook Central School District. Tablets must never be left in a car or any unsupervised area. Students are responsible for keeping their Tablet s battery charged for school each day. 4.2 Carrying Tablets The protective cases provided with the Tablets have sufficient padding to protect the Tablet from normal treatment and provide a suitable means for carrying the computer within the school. The guidelines below should be followed: Tablets should always be within the protective case when carried. Some carrying cases can hold other objects (such as folders and workbooks), but these must be kept to a minimum to avoid placing too much pressure and weight on the Tablet screen. Have the screen latched facing in when carrying your tablet. The Tablet must be in Stand By mode or turned off before placing it in the carrying case.
7 7 4.3 Screen Care The Tablet screens can be damaged if subjected to rough treatment. The screens are particularly sensitive to damage from excessive pressure on the screen. Do not lean on the top of the Tablet when it is closed. Do not place anything near the Tablet that could put pressure on the screen. Do not place anything in the carrying case that will press against the cover. Do not place anything on the keyboard before closing the lid (e.g. pens, pencils, or disks). Clean the screen with a soft, dry cloth or anti-static cloth. Do not wear jewelry on the wrist or hand while using the Tablet, as these items may scratch the screen. 5. USING YOUR TABLET AT SCHOOL Tablets are intended for use at school each day. In addition to teacher expectations for Tablet use, school messages, announcements, calendars and schedules will be accessed using the Tablet computer. Students must be responsible to bring their Tablet to all classes. At the beginning of class, have your Tablet ready to use. The class will not be expected to wait for you to be ready. 5.1 Tablet Left at Home If students leave their Tablet at home, they must immediately phone a parent to bring it to school. Repeat violations of this policy will result in disciplinary action. 5.2 Tablet Undergoing Repair Depending on the reason for repair, loaner Tablets may be issued to students or students will use desktop computers located in each classroom. There are a limited supply of loaner Tablets. 5.3 Charging Your Tablet s Battery Tablets must be brought to school each day in a fully charged condition. Students need to charge their Tablets each evening. Repeat violations of this policy will result in disciplinary action according to the McCook Central Handbook. In cases where use of the Tablet has caused batteries to become discharged, students may be able to connect their computers to a power outlet in class or borrow a battery at the Tech Help Room, located in Library.
8 8 5.4 Screensavers Inappropriate media may not be used as a screensaver. Presence of guns, weapons, pornographic materials, inappropriate language, alcohol, drug, and gang related symbols or pictures will result in disciplinary actions. Passwords on screensavers are not to be used. Hard drive passwords are forbidden. If used, students may be responsible for the cost of replacement hardware. 5.5 Sound Sound must be muted at all times unless permission is obtained from the teacher for instructional purposes. 5.6 Printing Students may use printers in classrooms, the library, and computer lab with teachers permission during class or breaks. 6. MANAGING YOUR FILES & SAVING YOUR WORK 6.1 Saving to My Documents Students will be logging onto our network in order to automatically back up their work. Students will have their own user account and folder on the network with ample space to back up any school-related work. The Tablets will be set up with a My Documents folder in which students should save their work. The My Documents folder will automatically save a copy of all student documents to the high school server while they are on the high school network. When a student adds a document to the My Documents folder while working at home or away from school, that document will be copied automatically to the school server when the student logs onto the network at school. Additional folders in the My Documents folder may be created or added by the student. All student work should be stored in one of the My Documents folders. Only files stored in the My Documents folder will be automatically backed up and saved. Student work saved to a different location on the computer will not be saved to the high school server.
9 9 6.2 Saving data to Removable storage devices Students should also backup all of their work at least once each week using removable file storage. Removable memory cards may be purchased at a local retailer. The computer s 7-in-1 memory card reader will read the following types of memory cards: Secure Digital (SD) Multi-Media Card (MMC) Memory Stick CompactFlash CompactFlash II SmartMedia Microdrive devices It is the student s responsibility to ensure that work is not lost due to mechanical failure or accidental deletion. Computer malfunctions are not an acceptable excuse for failing to submit work. Non-school related material should be saved to these removable storage devices. 7. SOFTWARE ON TABLETS 7.1 Originally Installed Software The software originally installed by MCHS must remain on the Tablet in usable condition and be easily accessible at all times. The Tablet is supplied with Gateway s proprietary version of Microsoft Windows XP Tablet operating system and with additional software. Licensed software provided with all new Tablets includes: Adobe Acrobat Reader Microsoft Internet Explorer Microsoft Office Professional Edition including Word, Excel, Access, FrontPage, PowerPoint and Publisher Symmantic Anti-Virus SynchronEyes Windows Media Player Windows Movie Maker
10 10 From time to time the school may add software applications for use in a particular course. The licenses for this software require that the software be deleted from Tablets at the completion of the course. Periodic checks of Tablets will be made to ensure that students have deleted software that is no longer required in class and that the school has not exceeded its licenses. 7.2 Virus Protection The Tablet has anti-virus protection software. This software will scan the hard drive and floppy drive for known viruses on boot up. The virus software will be upgraded from the network. The school s storage server and server are also installed with virus protection software and hardware. 7.3 Additional Software It is the responsibility of individual students to be aware of additional software programs and files loaded onto their Tablet. Students are responsible for maintaining the integrity of software required for facilitating academic activities. Any additional software must be appropriate for the school environment and may not infringe on the productivity of the classroom setting. Students are responsible for ensuring that only software that is licensed to their Tablet is loaded onto their computers. Violent games and computer images containing obscene or pornographic material are banned. 7.4 Inspection Student tablets will be inspected once or twice a year to check for compliance of all policies and procedures. Students found out of compliance may be subject to a $15 re-imaging fee. The school does not accept responsibility for the loss of any student added software deleted due to a re-format or re-image. 7.5 Software Upgrades Upgrade versions of licensed software are available from time to time. Students will be instructed to upgrade their software from the school s network periodically.
11 8. ACCEPTABLE USE McCook Central High School General Guidelines 1. Students will have access to all available forms of electronic media and communication which is in support of education and research and in support of the educational goals and objectives of the McCook Central School District. 2. Students are responsible for their ethical and educational use of the technology resources of the McCook Central School District. 3. Access to the McCook Central School District technology resources is a privilege and not a right. Each employee, student and/or parent will be required to follow the Use of Technology Resources Policy. 4. Transmission of any material that is in violation of any federal or state law is prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to the following: confidential information, copyrighted material, threatening or obscene material, and computer viruses. 5. Any attempt to alter data, the configuration of a computer, or the files of another user, without the consent of the individual, school administrator, or technology administrator, will be considered an act of vandalism and subject to disciplinary action in accordance with the McCook Central Parent/Student Handbook. 6. Engaging in sexual harassment or using objectionable language in public or private messages, e.g., racist, terrorist, abusive, sexually explicit, threatening, stalking, demeaning or slanderous language will be subject to disciplinary action in accordance with the McCook Central Parent/Student Handbook. 8.2 Privacy and Safety Do not go into chat rooms or send chain letters without permission. Do not open, use, or change computer files that do not belong to you. Do not reveal your full name, phone number, home address, social security number, credit card numbers, password or passwords of other people. Remember that storage is not guaranteed to be private or confidential. If you inadvertently access a web site that contains obscene, pornographic or otherwise offensive material, notify a teacher, tech administrator or school administrator immediately so that such sites can be blocked from further access. This is not merely a request; it is a responsibility.
12 Legal Propriety Comply with trademark and copyright laws and all license agreements. Ignorance of the law is not immunity. If you are unsure, ask a teacher or parent. Plagiarism is a violation of the McCook Central Parent/Student Handbook. Give credit to all sources used, whether quoted or summarized. This includes all forms of media on the Internet, such as graphics, movies, music, and text. Use or possession of hacking software is strictly prohibited and violators will be subject to McCook Central Parent/Student Handbook. Violation of applicable state or federal law, including the South Dakota Penal Code, Computer Crimes, will result in criminal prosecution or disciplinary action by the District Always use appropriate language. Do not transmit language/ material that is profane, obscene, abusive, or offensive to others. Do not send mass s, chain letters or spam. Students should maintain high integrity with regard to content. No private chatting during class. MCHS is subject to inspection by the school. 8.5 Consequences The student in whose name a system account and/or computer hardware is issued will be responsible at all times for its appropriate use. Non-compliance with the policies of the Tablet Handbook or Use of Technology Resources Policy will result in disciplinary action as outlined in the McCook Central Parent/Student Handbook. Electronic mail, network usage, and all stored files shall not be considered confidential and may be monitored at any time by designated District staff to ensure appropriate use. The District cooperates fully with local, state or federal officials in any investigation concerning or relating to violations of computer crime laws. Contents of and network communications are governed by the South Dakota Open Records Act; proper authorities will be given access to their content.
13 13 9. PROTECTING & STORING YOUR TABLET 9.1 Tablet Identification Student Tablets will be labeled in the manner specified by the school. Tablets can be identified in the following ways: Record of serial number and McCook Central ID Individual User account name and password 9.2 Password Protection Students are expected to password protect their Tablets by setting a unique start-up password and keeping that password confidential. 9.3 Storing Your Tablet When students are not using Tablets, they should be stored in their lockers with the lock securely fastened. Nothing should be placed on top of the Tablet when stored in the locker. Students are encouraged to take their Tablets home every day after school, regardless of whether or not they are needed. Tablets should not be stored in a student s vehicle at school or at home. 9.4 Tablets Left in Unsupervised Areas Under no circumstances should Tablets be left in unsupervised areas. Unsupervised areas include the school grounds and campus, the cafeteria, computer lab, commons area, locker rooms, library, unlocked classrooms, and hallways. Any computers left in these areas are in danger of being stolen. Unsupervised Tablets will be confiscated by staff and taken to the Tech Help Room, in Library. Disciplinary action may be taken for leaving your Tablet in an unsupervised location. The following table outlines consequences of Unsupervised Tablet Offenses. Unsupervised Consequence Tablet Offense 1 Verbal warning 2 Detention and letter to parent 3 5 days suspended tablet use and meeting with parent 4 10 days suspended tablet use and meeting with parent Tablet use suspended for the remainder of the semester 5 and meeting with parent Tablet use suspended for the remainder of the year and 6 meeting with parent
14 REPAIRING OR REPLACING YOUR TABLET 10.1 Gateway Warranty This coverage is purchased by the McCook Central School District as part of the purchase price of the equipment. Gateway warrants the Tablets from defects in materials and workmanship. This limited warranty covers normal use, mechanical breakdown or faulty construction and will provide replacement parts necessary to repair the Tablet or Tablet replacement. The Gateway warranty does not warrant against damage caused by misuse, abuse, accidents or computer viruses. Please report all Tablet problems to the Tech Help Room, Library Accidental Damage Protection The McCook Central School District has purchased through Gateway, coverage to protect the Tablets against accidental damage such as: liquid spills, accidental drops, power surges, and natural disasters. This coverage does not provide for damage caused by fire, theft, loss, misuse, intentional or frequent damage or cosmetic damage. Gateway will assess the Tablet damage and repair or replace the machine at no cost if the damage is determined to be accidental, infrequent, and within the protection guidelines. The Tablet is covered with a three-year Gateway Warranty and Accidental Protection Plan. MCHS technicians will service repairs and replacements for detective parts and acts of accidental damage. Please report all Tablet problems to the Tech Help Room, Library School District Protection School District Protection is available for students and parents to cover Tablet replacement in the event of theft, loss, or accidental damage by fire. The protection cost is $25.00 annually for each Tablet with a maximum cost of $50.00 per family and includes a $ additional charge for each claim. Students or parents may wish to carry their own personal insurance to protect the Tablet in cases of theft, loss, or accidental damage by fire. Please consult with your insurance agent for details about your personal coverage of the Tablet computer Claims All insurance claims must be reported to the Tech Help Room, Library. Students or parents must file a police or fire report and bring a copy of the report to the principal s office before a Tablet can be repaired or replaced with School District Protection. Fraudulent reporting of theft, loss, or accidental damage by fire will be turned over to the police and insurance company for prosecution. A student making a false report will also be subject to disciplinary action as outlined in the McCook Central Parent/Student Handbook. The District will work with the McCook County Sheriff s Department to alert pawnshops and police departments in the area to be aware of this District-owned equipment.
15 TABLET TECHNICAL SUPPORT The Tech Help room is located in the Library and coordinates the repair work for Tablets. Services provided include the following: Hardware maintenance and repairs Password identification User account support Operating system or software configuration support Application information Re-imaging hard drives Updates and software installations Coordination of warranty repairs Distribution of loaner Tablets and batteries
16 Frequently Asked Questions 1. Can I use the Gateway M285E Tablet PC and software throughout my career at MCHS? The Tablet PC s are issued on a three year lease. Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors will use the same machine through their career at McCook Central High School. While the rapid pace of computer technology guarantees that more advanced units will be available before you graduate, your unit will be powerful enough for your classroom work throughout your career at MCHS. The available software will be usable in upper level as well as entry-level course work. Of course, just as upper level courses require different textbooks, you may need additional software as you move through the curriculum. If we renew our contract at the end of the 3 year lease, Freshmen would receive a new machine at the start of their senior year. 2. What if I already have another model or brand of Tablet computer? You will be required to use the school district issued Tablet for school purposes. This is necessary to ensure that you have a computer that gives you network capability and the ability to run the software that you will need in your courses. The McCook Central School District is also limited to provide maintenance service or assistance for only the Gateway M285E Tablet PC. For these reasons, other Tablet computers will not be used on the McCook Central School District network at school. 3. Can I have my Tablet computer this summer? No. All Tablets will be collected at the end of the school year for general maintenance, cleaning, and software installation purposes. Students will receive their Tablets again at their orientation session in the fall to ensure that everyone receives complete information about the computer, including its warranty, insurance coverage, software usage and MCHS s policy regarding the ethical use of computers. 4. Where do I find a Gateway authorized service technician? McCook Central High School has hired technicians working in the Tech Help Room to be certified by the Tablet manufacturer to do warranty repair work. If you have a question or a service need, take your Tablet to the Tech Help Room located in the Library.
17 17 5. What about insurance against theft or breakage through carelessness? Your Tablet computer is very portable and very valuable, making it an attractive target for thieves. Therefore, the McCook Central School District Tablet Protection Plan is recommended. The protection covers the Tablet for a $25.00 payment. You will be responsible for paying an additional charge of $ for each theft or loss claim. The best insurance is to take care of your Tablet. Do not leave your Tablet in the building, classroom, commons area, or car unattended. Always know where your Tablet is! Above all, take your computer home each night. 6. Does MCHS provide maintenance on my Gateway M285E Tablet PC? Yes. The Technical Services Help staff will coordinate maintenance for students. Students enrolled at MCHS will be covered by a maintenance agreement for items described in the Gateway warranty agreement and Accidental Protection Plan. Please consult the warranty agreement so that you understand what is and what is not covered. 7. What will I do without a computer in my classes if my Tablet unit is being repaired or while I am replacing it if it is lost or stolen? McCook Central High School stocks a limited number of Tablet computers that can be loaned out on a first come, first-served basis. You will be able to apply for a loaner unit at the Tech Help Room in the Library, the same area where you will go for service on your Tablet computer. If you are in possession of a loaner, treat it as if it were your own computer. You will be responsible for any damage to the unit or for its loss. 8. Do I need a printer? You do not need one, since printers are located in classrooms and in the library. If you want to connect to a printer at home with the school Tablet, you will need to visit the Tech Help Room and ask for assistance in having your printer software installed. 9. Will I need to buy a modem? No. A modem is built into the Gateway M285E Tablet PC.
18 How do I connect to the Internet at home? You may connect to the Internet using a cable Ethernet connection or wireless Ethernet connection. If you have service with a satellite provider, you simply need to plug the Ethernet cable into the Ethernet port on the Tablet computer. If you maintain a wireless home network, you must set the Tablet to connect to your wireless connection. 11. Will there be facilities to back up the files I create on my Tablet? Yes. When you save your documents to the My Documents folder, your files are automatically saved to the school storage server. You are also encouraged to save your documents to a removable memory card that can be inserted into the 6-in-1 memory card reader on the Tablet. 12. What if I want to add options to my Tablet later? Only the McCook Central School District is authorized to add options and upgrades to your Tablet computer. 13. What if I want to run another operating system on my Tablet? Only the operating system chosen by the McCook Central School District will be authorized to run on a student-issued Tablet computer. 14. Will I be given a new battery if mine goes bad? The Tablet battery will be replaced by the manufacturer for defects. You will be responsible for charging your battery and proper battery maintenance. What has the school done to help prevent students from going to inappropriate sites? We have a software product which is designed to help monitor all Internet sites that students attempt to access. This software blocks inappropriate sites and also logs a history of every site that each user opens. All students who attempt to find inappropriate sites will be directed to the Principal s Office. In addition, all Tablet PC s have a program called Synchroneyes installed on them. This monitoring software allows teachers to observe individual student computer activity in the classroom.
19 What if they bring their Tablet in for repairs and objectionable data is detected? Students are responsible for policing themselves. If a student inadvertently downloads or accesses inappropriate material, it is their responsibility to immediately report it to the classroom teacher, principal, or staff in the Tech Help Room immediately upon identification. Students who have objectionable data on their Tablet, but have chosen not to report it, will be referred to the Principal s Office for disciplinary action. 16. If the accessories to my Tablet are lost or stolen, how much will it cost to replace them? In the event that Tablet accessories are stolen, you should report the lost items to the Help Desk. The cost to replace specific accessories is listed below: a) AC adapter & power cord: $40.00 b) Battery: $99.00 c) Tablet Sleeve: $40.00 d) Stylus: $50.00
20 Privileges and Consequences Student use of the Gateway M285E Tablet PC is a privilege. The school, in cooperation with the state Department of Education, is leasing the machines from Gateway for student educational use. Listed below are the standard student privileges, and the requirements for maintaining those privileges. Student records will be reviewed quarterly to determine whether they have earned the opportunity to advance to the next level of privileges. Standard Privileges: School use Home use of Tablet PC Microsoft Office Professional Edition CD-RW drive for data backup Internet Explorer School and web Windows Messenger for home use My Documents Directory to back-up school work MyCampus account for student information DVD drive for playing movies and music Options for Battery exchange during school day All students will begin the year with standard privileges. To remain at this level, students will have: fewer than 3 incidents of accidental damage no more than one incident of an unsupervised tablet no more than one incident of Tablet Use Violation no incidents of Computer Network Violations
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