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Chromebooks are notebooks produced by manufacturers including Acer, Lenovo and HP running the Google operating system, Chrome OS. They have been designed for the digital classroom to enable easy and secure interactive teaching and learning from home and at school.
Chromebooks are very versatile and benefit pupils, students, teachers and administrators alike.
They can also be used with the teaching platform of your choice, such as LOGINEO, mebis, IServ, itslearning, Moodle and Office 365/Microsoft Teams. GDPR-compliant use is possible in managed guest sessions.
Chromebooks can be centrally managed with the Chrome Education upgrade, which offers advanced security features. These licences can be bought separately or bundled together with the devices.
To narrow down the choice of devices, we have worked with Google to divide them into three common use cases in education.
Shared devices for pupils and students.
At the school or remotely.
Supports several browser tabs, Google Workspace, video conferences with more than 15 participants.
Devices for teachers, staff, universities and high schools.
Recommended for compute-intensive tasks such as creating and editing content and editing, coding and running apps in virtualised environments.
The DigitalPakt Schule is a federal programme to support investments into digital educational infrastructure such as the procurement of suitable mobile end devices with the aim of setting up a comprehensive education infrastructure.