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Twitter is a powerful academic resource because it gives the opportunity to bring together educators in a collaborative manner. When used to ask questions, get new ideas, and push thinking, educators can grow their professional learning network beyond just the teachers on their teams and within their school or district. 1,141 more words

Feaster Learns

Google Doc's Speech to Text My Hero!

I’m falling in love with the Speech to Text Tool built right into a Google Doc and Slide. It makes life a bit easier when I need to lay down and decompress due to spine issues. 91 more words

Ed Tech

How I think typesetting sucks

Introduction

For the past year, I’ve been using Google docs for rich format file editing. For most usage, it’s good enough. It’s an excellent alternative to SharePoint Server for a concurrent work environment. 567 more words

Documents

Draftback Extension is Magical...

During a Google APPS workshop I tend to point out the “Revision History” Tool. Often stating how it allows the teacher to view a students work in ways they never imagined possible. 119 more words

Ed Tech

LESSON 3 CONT'D: GOOGLE DRIVE, DOCS, SHEETS AND SLIDES

GOOGLE SHEETS

Google sheets allow you to handle task lists, create project plans, and analyze data with charts and filters, and much more.

With Google Sheets, you can create and edit spreadsheets directly in your web browser—no special software is required. 2,078 more words

Digital Skills

LESSON 3: GOOGLE DRIVE, DOCS, SHEETS AND SLIDES

OBJECTIVE OF THE COURSE:

  • Trainees should know about Google Drive and be able to use it to store folders and files
  • Trainees should specifically learn how to edit, collaborate and share files on Google docs…
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Digital Skills