Why is this important?
If you are saving your files on your computer's desktop or in "My Documents" your files may be lost if your computer crashes. Saving to your Network folder is a much safer option. If something happens to your computer, you can still access your files from any other computer within the district.
So how do I save to my network folder?
Below are pdf documents that explain how to save to your network folder and how to access your files once they are saved.
What not to save in your network folder?
When you're in the middle of a video editing project, (flip video files especially) you may not be able to save the video clips in your network folder. When you have a finalized video file, you will be able to move that into your network folder, but be aware that some videos may take up a lot of space on the server. If you are working with the CPS Clickers, do not save your database on the network. This has corrupted CPS question databases making them unusable.