These are articles and blogs that I have found that may be of interest to those using Chromebooks.

Chromebook Security

Chromebook Security

Chromebooks use the principle of "defense in depth" to provide multiple layers of protection, so if any one layer is bypassed, others are still in effect. So while it's still important to take precautions to protect your data, Chromebooks let you breathe just a little bit easier. Your Chromebook has the following security features built-in:
18 Chromebook keyboard shortcuts every student should know

6 Chromebook Apps To Improve Your Productivity

Some might say that you can’t do much besides wade around the internet with a Chromebook, but that’s really not the case anymore. One of the best things about Google's browser-based operating system is that it's now open to Chrome web apps and Android apps, so its library has expanded nearly ten-fold. Of course, not everything is worth the download, and if you're headed off on a new venture—starting school, or maybe opening your own business—you might be wondering what apps to use now that your Chromebook is heading with you into the real world. Here are a six Chrome web apps and Android apps that can help you get things done.
Need to Zoom In or Out On Your Chromebook? Here's How to Do it

Need to Zoom In or Out On Your Chromebook? Here's How to Do it

Chromebooks are inexpensive and lightweight, but their small screens are sometimes difficult to read. If you're having trouble seeing something on your Chromebook, you can zoom in a single window, like Chrome, or magnify the entire desktop so it's easier to see the interface and icons. Chromebooks also come with a built-in accessibility tool, allowing you to magnify small portions of the screen to make them easier to see.
18 Chromebook keyboard shortcuts every student should know

18 Chromebook keyboard shortcuts every student should know

There are keyboard shortcuts that are universal — Crtl + C for copy, Ctrl + V for paste — but just as often there are shortcuts that change between systems, websites, and programs. Chromebooks have some fairly standard shortcuts — and a handy shortcut Ctrl + Alt + / to show you the more basic ones — but looking at the full list of shortcuts can make your eyes glaze over like staring down the 400-page book you were supposed to read and write your book report on over summer vacation.