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

Chromebook keyboard shortcuts

10 Powerful Shortcuts for Google Chromebook Users

Chromebook is the favorite choice for laptop lovers now a days. There are several who shift from Microsoft Windows laptop to Google Chrome. But keyboard shortcuts may create a headache for them. For example, how will you right click with touchpad ? Or what is the shortcut for re-opening the last tab you closed ? Or How do you open task manager of Chrome ? Confused ? Chrome provides powerful ways to access its various functions and settings. From right clicking to pinned tabs it will work like a charm.
Chromebook Classroom Podcast

The Chromebook Classroom Podcast with John R. Sowash

The Chromebook Classroom Podcast was created to highlight how Chromebooks are impacting education around the world. Season 1 features six episodes with interviews with the head of Chromebooks for Education, a tech director from Ohio, an elementary teacher who figured out how to get 5 year olds to enter their password correctly, a energetic college professor, a tech integration specialist who helped his teachers migrate from iPads to Chromebooks, and a middle school teacher who uses Chromebooks for project based learning. It’s a full season!
Chromebook 101

Chromebooks 101

Chromebooks are lightweight and durable laptops designed for students. They come in a wide range of shapes, sizes, and price points, have batteries that last the whole day, and boot-up in under 10 seconds.
Need an antivirus for Chromebook

Do you need antivirus for Chromebook?

Have you ever gotten a computer virus or known someone who has? If so, you know how annoying and time consuming it is to deal with. If you’re considering making the switch to Chrome OS or if you just picked up your first Chromebook, you may be wondering: Do Chromebooks get viruses? We’ve been trained by Microsoft to install antivirus software because Windows gets infected. But there are no viruses for Chrome OS, which means you don’t need antivirus for Chromebook, Chromebox or Chromebase. That doesn’t mean nothing bad can happen on Chrome OS, but we’ll get into that later.