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EquatIO Free for Teachers: You Do The Math

EquatIO is a powerful math tool that allows users to create equations, formulas, and graphs, then add them to various applications including GSuite for Education and Microsoft Word. 226 more words


How do I use macrons for words in Te Reo Māori in gmail on my Mac?

Don Brash came to me in a dream the other night and told me that I needed to figure out how to use macrons on my computer when I’m writing words in Te Reo Māori. 385 more words

My top 5 software recommendations for PhD students

Two weeks ago my laptop died. On the plus side, my University department arranged to have it looked at quickly, and sent it off to be repaired within a few days. 1,497 more words

PhD Experience

Collaboration in G Suite - An Overview

G Suite for Education is a great platform for giving students feedback on their work. The apps in G Suite are also great for facilitating student collaboration.  613 more words


Google is updating its applications for the iPhone X and iOS 11 systems

Google has updated its three apps – Docs, Slides and Sheets – for the iPhone X and iOS 11 systems. These updates add support for the larger iPhone X screen and support the drag and drop feature of iOS 11 on iPads. 50 more words


Add columns feature in Google Docs

Adding columns to a Google Doc is easy-peasy. From the “FORMAT” menu, choose “COLUMNS” and decide how many columns you’d like your document split into – the max is three regardless of page orientation. 13 more words

Digital feedback using comments and 'paint formatting' tool.

My students do the majority of their writing using Google Docs. This allows me to provide feedback at any time during the writing process. I use two Google Docs tools most often when giving feedback. 104 more words