All EVSC high school students were prompted to change their computer passwords when they first signed into their ThinkPads this school year. As a result, student passwords for Gmail, Google Apps, and itslearning changed to match this newly set password as entered by the student.

Students need to be aware of this fact when attempting to sign in to Gmail, Google Apps, and/or itslearning. Simply using the student ID number as the password for these programs will not work if the password was changed to something different upon first sign on to the ThinkPad.

How do I change my password?

Click on Change Password

Click on Change Password

To change your password, simply press the Ctrl, Alt, and Delete keys at the same time to launch the Windows Lock Screen.

Next, click the Change Password button and then follow the prompts to enter your username, old password, and the new password (entered twice).

Once you finish entering in all your information, click the arrow button to save the changes.

Remember that once you do this, your password has changed on your computer, Gmail, Google Apps, and itslearning.

Enter your username, old password, and new password (twice) and then click the arrow button to save.

Enter your username, old password, and new password (twice) and then click the arrow button to save.

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Jerrad Gleim

Innovation, Curriculum, and Technology Specialist at Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation
Jerrad Gleim has been a teacher in the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation since 1998 and has served a majority of his years in middle schools teaching math and Pre-Algebra. Since 2008, he has worked as a member of the EVSC Innovation, Curriculum, and Technology Specialists (ICATS) team where he is the webmaster of the ICATS website (http://www.evscicats.com) and worked with teachers to integrate programs such as the Adobe Creative Suite, Google Apps, Google Earth, YouTube, and Apple iPads.

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