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Access information for all aspects of Moodle! Teachers and students will find general Moodle use documents while LAN Managers and school IT department personnel will find the more in-depth information. The Moodle community also has great free resources users can access if the answer can't be found here.
Help documents for all Google Apps services including Docs, Gmail, Sites, Contacts, etc.
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User accounts are managed through the YAMS Account Management System, except in a handful of casesHow-to documents and answers to frequently asked questions regarding user account management are found in this section.
GNENC offers full email services including spam filtering, webmail access with SOGo, imap support for desktop mail clients and more. Here you will find information for everyone from teachers and students to IT personnel. We also facilitate mail services through Google Gmail to schools that wish to go this route. This category also addresses Gmail specific documentation.
Calendaring services are offered for users of both GNENC and Google email services. This section contains resources to help users set up a calendar, connect to the calendar on a desktop or mobile device, and more.
Useful tips and tricks for your Mac. Includes ARD commands, scripts, etc.
Support documents and training materials for managing and configuring the iBoss web filter provided by GNENC.
Find articles discussing legacy applications that are no longer supported, or will not be supported in the near future. In some cases the documents provide information on migrating data from the legacy application to a new application. Other time they simply discuss new services that replace the legacy application. Either way, this category has what you need to move forward.