What are the policies concerning Chromebook/Hotspot borrowing?
> Access the internet (email, Blackboard, Facebook, you name it)
> Use Google tools like Docs, Sheets, Slides, and more
> Stream video from the web
> Use your STCC email account and email password.
> Log in with your full STCC email address - Rowdy0001@student.stcc.edu
> You'll need wireless access to use a Chromebook.
> When connecting, get your network name and password.
> No. Chromebooks are not designed to download outside software. If you would like to create documents you can use free web-based tools like Google Docs, Google Slides, etc.
> You CAN use free Chrome Apps and Extensions from the Chrome Web Store.
> A new feature in Drive allows you to edit Word Documents, Excel Spreadsheets and PowerPoint slides. Read about this feature from the Google Web Store. It should already have been updated into your Google Drive.
1. First, open the file you want to convert to Word format.
2. Click “File” at the top of the document, then hover over “Download.”
3. You’ll see a list of options appear within this menu. click the “Microsoft Word” option.
-The Google Doc will save as a Microsoft Word Document in the Chromebook’s 'Downloads' folder.
-You can attach this .docx file to an email for sending to a faculty member who requires a you submit a Word Doc.
>Check out this page from Google Accessibility Support.