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Take a look through this list of interesting, quirky, and useful tips & tricks for Google Wave: “The Ultimate Google Wave Guide for Students: 100 Tips, Tools, and Tricks” Some little nuggets I especially liked are: Live collaborative editing: David Wang of the Wave team explains the collaborative editing feature.Tag waves: Add tags to make it easier to find waves and blips.Filter waves: For optimum organization, filter waves by saving searches.Google Wave on iPhone: View the web dev preview of the iPhone application for Google Wave. Surf on over to the full list to find out how to get the best from Google Wave. Google Wave: 100 tips & tricks | eLearning Blog Dont Waste Your
The Ultimate Google Wave Guide for Students: 100 Tips, Tools, an As a college student, we know you’re always on the hunt for tools that save you time and trouble, especially on homework. That’s why we’ve generated this list of tips and tricks for using Google Wave, a powerful collaboration tool that lets you manage projects, swap files and communicate in real-time, with no delay. First you’ll have to score an invite, but then you’ll be on your way to earning your degree even faster, whether its in business, health, or technology. Basics Here we’ll introduce to you the basics of Google Wave: tips for setting up, learning the terminology and Intro to Google Wave: "Dr.
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Google offers some wonderful tools for teachers, but I've learned over the last couple of weeks that while teachers are aware of many of Google's offerings like search, docs, and maps many teachers aren't aware of how to use these tools or what these tools offer beyond the obvious. Therefore, I sat down yesterday and started putting together this guide to using Google search, docs, books, news, and maps in the classroom. This guide avoids some of the obvious things, like using Google Docs for collaborative writing, and instead focuses on some of the lesser-used Google tools options like publishing an online quiz using Google Docs. In all there are 33 pages containing 21 ideas and how to instructions for creating Google Maps placemarks, directions creating and publishing a quiz with Google Docs forms, directions for embedding books into your blog, and visual aids for accessing other Google tools. Update: In July 2010 I released a companion to this guide titled Google for Teachers II. Free 33 Page Guide - Google for Te
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22 Jul 2013 How to Import Web Data into Google Docs This video tutorial explains how you can import web data – like HTML tables and lists – from external web pages into your Google Docs sheets with a simple formula. 20 Jul 2013 Get Form Data from Google Docs in an Email Message Google Docs - Digital Inspiration