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  • Updated on: Apr 24, 2018

    Using the Sharp TVs

    This lesson shows how to use the Sharp 70" TVs using the wall plate controllers.

    Manual IWBs / TVs
  • Updated on: Feb 03, 2017

    A Parent's Guide to Edumate

    Manual Parent Guides
  • There are times when you may want to create a shared folder or document that is more secure and cannot be re-shared by any of the collaborators. The instructions below show how to restrict sharing of a Google Drive folder or file.

  • Manual Macs
  • Updated on: Oct 05, 2015

    Create Screencasts using QuickTime

    Manual Macs
  • Updated on: Oct 05, 2015

    Upgrade to OSX Yosemite

    This lesson explains how to upgrade your Mac laptop from OSX Mavericks (10.9) to OSX Yosemite (10.10) using the Managed Software Center application installed on all Macs at the College. The upgrade process is completely automated once the install is started. This upgrade will take approximately 60 minutes.

    NOTE: Please do not upgrade your Mac laptop through any means other than the Managed Software Center. All of the updates in Managed Software Center have been thoroughly tested to ensure compatibility with all College systems and software. Upgrading your computer using the Mac App Store is likely to result in issues with your laptop on the College network, including loss of AirPlay functionality, printing, network shares, and problems with some applications.

    Manual Macs
  • Updated on: Jun 12, 2015

    Munki (Managed Software Center)

    Bayside Christian College uses an open-source Mac software management system called "Munki", developed by Walt Disney Animation Studios, to install and update software applications on Mac OSX. This article explains how the system works from the standpoint of the end-user (staff and students).

  • Updated on: Jun 12, 2015


    The article below explains some of the features of FileWave and what it is used for at Bayside Christian College to manage computers and mobile devices.

  • Updated on: May 21, 2015

    No AirPlay

    This lesson shows how to turn the AirServer app on the IWBs on for use during a class if is not already showing up in the list of AirPlay targets on your iPad or Mac.

    Please note that the IWB must be logged in for AirPlay to work!

    Manual IWBs / TVs
  • Updated on: Feb 09, 2015

    Install the Chrome App Launcher

    This brief tutorial shows how to quickly install the Chrome App Launcher to the Dock of your Mac computer. The Chrome App Launcher allows you to quickly open Gmail, Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, YouTube, and more right from the Dock.