Access to a Printer
Digital literacy will depend greatly on the age of students and experience. As many parents have tried to limit their children’s exposure to screen time, moving to a remote platform creates new challenges. Printing out assignments can help to balance screen time with traditional paper assignments, whether mathematics, art, or sheets of music. Though hard copies of assignments may come from the classroom, having access to a home printer can help to balance screen time. But anyone who has ever owned a home printer is aware of of the challenges these devices create. Connectivity, paper jams, and low ink alerts are something many prefer to avoid. One affordable solution is to use a local printer, like the Ojai Business Center, for jobs large and small. But with the right home printer, it will add a level of convenience and flexibility to the remote experience.
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