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Utilize LaunchPad

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Classlink LaunchPad is the single sign-on portal for students and staff. It provides one click access to all of our applications without remembering a bunch of passwords. LaunchPad can be used on a desktop or mobile devices. It is the default page for students when they are logged in to the Google Chrome browser with their OCPS email address. Check out one of these videos to learn how to use LaunchPad on your device
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Install Student Apps

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OCPS provided tablets and laptops come with all of the applications your child needs pre-installed. But OCPS also has important mobile apps you may want to consider installing on your student's mobile devices like a phone and/or tablets if you choose to use a personal device! Apps available for iOS and Android devices. 

LaunchPad

 Canvas Student

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Find e-Textbooks

All students have an electronic copy of their textbook and other instructional materials through apps on LaunchPad.

To easily locate the right app for each class, students can click on the backpack icon to access
"My Classes."

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This will open up to the Dashboard which shows the student's classes and displays icons of the applications specifically assigned to each class.

Student Dashboard
Student can click on a class will bring up a more detailed view of all available apps for that class. Students can click on an app to launch it.  They are not able to add or delete apps.

Login to Chrome Browswer

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All students should use the Chrome browser for learning. When using for the first time, students should log into the browser. This is important because it will automatically download required extensions and allow bookmarks to be saved between devices. 

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Acknowledge Student Technology Acceptable & Responsible Use Agreement AND Set Password (Grades 6-12 ONLY)

Each year and/or anytime a new account is created for a student in grades 6 thru 12, they must digitally sign the Student Technology Acceptable & Responsible Use Agreement (STAR-A), set a password, and establish security questions.