Links for Teachers

Please continue to email us at with any questions, comments, or suggestions.  Thank you.


Looking ahead to Canvas... one of our digital resource vendors (Bloom's, American History, Classroom Video OnDemand) has prepared a video of how to easily include their content in their video link below of how to use Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) with Canvas.

Here are some resources on working with Google Meet:

Google Meet Expectations:

Setting up a Google Meet with Students:  

Robert T. McLaughlin, from the National Collaborative for Digital Equity has shared the updated username and password to access the great Habit of Mind Collection which the NH Department of Education has kindly made available once again at no cost for all NH educators via:

User ID: nhdoe2020

Password: available here in our protected password document

The url above describes the rich array of resources available through the collection and the link to logging in via the “Access Collection” button.


Feel free to share with current and future NH educators.

Click here to view the MSD Google Resources Page

From IT:  Google Meet - Enterprise Edition  - Launched 10/13/2020

We are very excited to announce that yesterday, we launched Google Meet Enterprise to bring some exciting new tools to each of the staff members.  Some extensions that you were using are now built into the program.   Here are some of the features: 

Hand raising (coming soon): Increase participation in larger meetings by enabling participants to “raise their hands” when they have a question or something to say.

Meeting attendance(coming soon): Give meeting hosts a simple way to see who attended their meeting.

Breakout rooms: Make it easy for large meetings to split into smaller groups, have parallel discussions, and reconvene once finished. 

Q&A: Provide a channel for the audience to ask questions without disrupting the flow of the conversation.

Polling: Engage participants in large meetings with real-time polling.

Change layout: Allows participants to change the number of tiles to view on the screen from 6 all the way up to 49.  Replaces the “Grid View” Google Extension.

Additional moderator controls (coming soon): Give meeting hosts additional controls for muting, presenting, joining, and more.

From IT:  The Manchester School District has offered SOPHOS Antivirus for home use at no cost to employees.  Anyone wanting free antivirus at home, can now download using the below instructions.  Moving forward, any personal device brought to the district must have this antivirus installed before connecting to our network.  This will also help protect the district against viruses brought in from unprotected systems.  

How to get it:
2)  Use your work email address to verify your eligibility and receive your unique coupon code.  NOTE: Your personal email address is to be used later for registration.  During registration, please ensure the accuracy of your personal email as coupon codes are single-use.
3) Follow a few simple steps to register for and download the product, extending your powerful Sophos security to your home devices.

Classroom Videos on Demand username is mancentral; pw is found here in our protected password document

Teachers are able to put links to InfoBase's Classroom Video videos into their Google Classroom pages.  Here is a Link with instructions on how to share to Google Classroom:

How-to links from S. Droney...

How to take & share a photo with Chromebooks 

How to share a photo from your phone 

How to make a pdf writable with Kami, an app pushed out from district; easy to use 

Limiting where students can write on a google slide 

Who is the link from?

Where does the link go?

Which Departments might find the link helpful?

From the IT Dept:

"When using Zoom, Please set up meetings in accordance with these guidelines."

To the FBI of Boston webpage
For All Departments

From the IT Dept, how to record a video meeting

Link to a ‘Hangouts Meet Help’ tutorial put out by Google Help Center

For All Departments

From the Manchester City Library, Family Resources found Online

Link to a list of Free Family Resources; some virtual field trips and free well-known, educational sites

For All Departments

From CHS Library,

Fair Use

Copyright Protection

Links to YouTube videos on ‘What is Fair Use?’ and

What is Copyright Protected?”

For All Departments

Flinn At-Home Labs, e.g. Chemical Reactions, Properties of Materials, etc.

Link to direct videos and materials for virtual labs. The pre-recorded videos are better than the live labs. The Live Labs are not recommended at this time.

For Science; possibly  Freshmen

From CHS Library, Reading Online Books

Link to a document on an overview of accessing and reading books online.

For All Departments

Sharing any EBSCO content to Google Classroom Link to the EBSCO tutorial page which explains how easy it is to do this.
For All Departments


Link to a document on how to use all our paid digital resources including databases and other online resources

 For All Departments

Please click this 'explora' icon for Ebsco Resources for Educators

Ebsco Resources for Educators


Aspen Login 

Book the Library Computers at Central High School 

 Our Library Catalog for materials at Central High School  

 Easy IEP  

Google: Login HELP Account Assistance Request

MANSD Curriculum Website 

MANSD Links for Employees 

MANSD Professional Development Site 

Free Antivirus for MANSD Employees for Home Use