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Classroom Orchestrator

Management for Chrome

Client Authentication

  • 1. Instruct users to sign into Google Chrome browser by entering chrome://settings and then clicking Sign in to Chrome or clicking the Chrome menu icon in the upper right-hand of the screen (co-chrome-menu-icon), clicking Settings, and then clicking Sign in to Chrome.

Sign In to Chrome

Note:

When users sign into Chrome they must use the email address that is assigned to their Launch user account.

  • 2. Verify that the user is signed into Chrome.

Confirm User Is Signed Into Chrome

Note for Gmail Users:

If you use a @gmail.com address, Chrome will strip out any periods when authenticating. For example, firstname.lastname@gmail.com becomes firstnamelastname@gmail.com. If Launch is configured to use firstname.lastname, then the authentication won’t work. If you are going to use @gmail.com addresses, you need to strip any periods from the address in Launch.

Please note that is only true for the @gmail.com domain; it does affect other domains. Click here to read more about this issue on Google Gmail’s support site.

Installation

  • 2. Click Add to Chrome in the upper right-hand corner.

Store-Management for Chrome

Store-Add Management

  • 3. Confirm that the extension has been installed by entering chrome://extensions or clicking the Chrome Menu icon in the upper right-hand of the screen and then clicking Extensions. The following shows a successfully-installed Classroom Orchestrator extension.

Extension-Management for Chrome

Screen Sharing

Screen capture options at the school and district level allow capturing each client’s

  • active window only
  • full screen

Capturing the client’s active window does not require their permission. The default full-screen capture, though, does require permission from the student. In this instance, when a group becomes active, the client will receive a prompt to share their screen. School and district admins can modify screen capture configuration for Chromebooks at the school or district level.

Clients will see a notification stating that screen sharing is active. If a student stops sharing his or her screen the screen sharing notification will pop back up.

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Chromebook

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Mac and Windows Chrome Browsers