Free Explain Everything Bootcamp

If you are looking for something more, check out Cocoon’s Free Training: Become a ‘Remote Teacher’ using G Suite/ Office 365, Explain Everything and more!

Our partners at Cocoon, true remote learning specialists, are offering the following support for Explain Everything schools that requested the Free Extended Trial:

  • ‘Remote Teacher’ Bootcamp: full support for you and your staff to help you build the core fundamentals of remote teaching and learning.
  • Multi-platform support: Cocoon are Microsoft and Apple specialists, as well as a Google Professional Development partner.
  • Blended learning: personalized dashboards supported by video training sessions and an assigned mentor will empower teachers of all skill and confidence levels.

Click here to register for a FREE training and see for yourself why 95% of schools renew their Cocoon training program every year.

Printable Explain Everything Instructions

If you’d prefer to use static guides, these step-by-step PDF tutorials can be easily printed and used whenever needed.

We’ve covered 3 remote teaching scenarios using Explain Everything:

  • Creating videos you can share easily.
  • Live-streaming whiteboard instructions.
  • Live collaboration sessions with students.

Grab 3 step-by-step remote teaching guides

Endicott has a site license. Anyone with an Endicott College email address can create their own account. The option to self-enroll is on the base URL login page: . You will need to choose the: “Don’t have an account” menu” and ignore the prompt to put in an access code.

Free Student (or Faculty) Software Options:

These software applications, normally found only campus computers (labs, classrooms, library, Cyber Cafe), are now available for students, faculty and staff to download and install on their own home computers through the end of this semester. More applications may be added to this list so check back.

  1. Adobe Creative Cloud
  2. Labview
  3. Matlab (for PC)
  4. Sketchup 2020
  5. Solidworks
    • Students can use the Student Design Kit for SolidWorks access.
    • To access the “Student Design Kit” (SDK) go to:
    • Enter “SDK-ID”: 9SDK2019
  6. SPSS