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Digital File Management in the Classroom
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Archive the files from a completed project onto a CD or DVD

Create a "how-to" sheet for your students with directions on saving their files

Create a file structure for your digital files


Archive the files from a completed project onto a CD or DVD

Archiving creates a permanent, portable record of all your work. It's easy to copy all your digital work onto a CD or DVD, and well worth the minimal effort. For a refresher on archiving files, refer to the Best Practice workshop area, under Maintaining Digital Files.

Create a "how-to" sheet for your students with directions on saving their files

Help your students maximize classroom computer time by teaching them how to best save their files for easy future access. For a refresher on saving student files, refer to the Best Practice workshop area, under Saving Student Files.

Create a file structure for your digital files

Don't waste time clicking through folders looking for your files! An organized file structure gives you a consistent place to easily access your work. For a refresher on saving student files, refer to the Best Practice workshop area, under Organizing Digital Files.



 


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