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Texas Google Summit or #TXGOO17

I had such a great time presenting at the Texas Google Summit this past weekend. Every time I have attended, I find it to be one of the most practical and helpful conferences. 160 more words


Storing your files, made easy

Did you know that your student email is Gmail based?

And with that comes a whole suite of associated apps, you’ve just gotta click the Google Apps icon at the top right to get to them (hint, it looks like nine small cubes). 255 more words

General News

Cool Quiz Feature in Google Forms

Recently I had a request to create a check for understanding quiz at the end of a screencast.  Leveraging my updated Camtasia software with interactive hotspots, I was able to add a link to a Google form.  199 more words

Teaching And Technology

G-Suite or Office 365?

It’s been five years of G-Suite administration, and two years of Office 365 administration. As I look back on the journeys with both, and look forwards to how we manage both platforms on a day by day basis, I’m struck by the different approaches Microsoft and Google have taken in the area. 235 more words

Office 365

Apps Script Basics (7) - SpreadsheetApp & for in loop

In this post, we’re going to look at the G Suite services, the Google documentation that’s available to help you, and then focus on one particular area, … 2,212 more words

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OSX / Using Google Apps as a SMTP server

Scenario: You’re working from a home ISP connection or traveling, but would like to have your Mac send emails for jobs that have completed or other misc. 351 more words


Hanging Indents for Works Cited/Bibliographies

An official Works Cited or Bibliography page has very strict formatting guidelines. One of the main features is what is called a “hanging indent,” which is when the first line of a paragraph sticks out to the left of the rest of the paragraph. 510 more words

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