10th Grade Exhibitions Information Center

This page collects information about the Watkinson 10th Grade Exhibitions process. Please see below for more information.

The Exhibitions Online Work Process

Here is an overview of the steps necessary to complete the online component of your Exhibition:

  1. Create and share your Google Drive digital locker folder
  2. Create folders within Digital Locker to store and organize materials
  3. Collect and add materials to digital locker folders
  4. Log into your Weebly website builder account using provided username and password
  5. Choose a website address (yoursite.weebly.com)
  6. Identify content from Digital Locker to add to website
  7. Choose your theme and design elements (typeface, colors, etc.)
  8. Create your site structure and navigation (add pages and links)
  9. Add content from Digital Locker
  10. Publish and get feedback
  11. Refine and optimize
  12. Launch

Digital Locker Creation

  1. Log into your Google Drive
  2. Create a new Digital Locker folder using your name (e.g., "Tom G.'s Digital Locker")
  3. Share the folder with your coach, primary advisor, and Ms. Bernbach
  4. Create subfolders for each type of work (Written Expression, Research, etc.)
  5. Add materials to subfolders

Use School Equipment to Scan Documents

The easiest option is to use our high-speed, double-sided document scanners. They are available in the following locations:

Put your page(s) face-down in the upper tray, hit the button to scan, and wait for the document to be saved (usually on the connected computer's desktop). Then, email yourself the document or drag-and-drop it into the appropriate Google Drive folder if using Chrome. Please see a member of the IT Department if you need assistance with your scans, we're glad to help!

Use the Scanbot App to Scan Documents

Scanbot is a free app for Android and iOS that allows you to use your phone to take scans of pages. Here's a video showing how it works in iOS; the Android version works in a similar manner.

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