Les nouveaux locaux de Google France
Inaugurés ce matin en présence de Nicolas Sarkozy et des membres du Conseil national du numérique, Eric Schmidt (CEO Executive Chairman de Google) et Jean-Marc Tassetto (DG de Google France) voici les nouveaux locaux de Google France. Situé dans le 9e arrondissement de Paris, dans un hotel particulier 8 rue de Londres exactement, ces locaux de près de 10.000 m2 auraient couté la bagatelle de 100M d’euros. Destinés à accueillir les 350 salariés français, ces locaux abriteront également un Institut Culturel et un centre de Recherche et Développement. Si comme Saïd dans « La Haine » vous vous demandez comment ils ont fait pour faire rentrer une voiture, voici l’explication en vidéo : Via FredNguyen
Playful Google Headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland
It’s no surprise that studies indicate worker’s productivity is in direct correlation to how comfortable they feel while in a working environment. Tech companies have known this for quite some, and thus have created some of the most enthralling work spaces on the planet. Internet search giant Google features several different incredible headquarters around the world, and featured here is their playful Google office located in Zurich, Switzerland. The office span 12,000 square meters, and was designed by the creative team at Camenzind Evolution.
Studies indicate that the productivity of employees is in direct correlation to how comfortable they feel while in a working environment. I can only assume that the Google employees in Zurich, Switzerland are some of the most productive employees around! This bright, fun, colorful working space encourages nothing but creativity and enthusiasm from its workers. Designed by the creative team at Camenzind Evolution, the resulting office space design is a “distinctive, diverse, light, and flexible workspace, which has been specifically developed to stimulate and support the Googlers in their challenging and innovative work.” Camenzind Evolution website via [Inthralld]
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July , 2017 Google Sheets add-on store features a number of educational extensions to use with your forms and spreadsheets to add amazing functionalities. These add-ons are arranged into various categories. We revisited the ‘education’ category and selected for you the 8 most popular applications there. Using these add-ons will enable you to: Create graphs and forms and write complex math in your sheetsCreate and modify a planning schedule for project management in a spreadsheet; easily scaffold, manage and assess students projects in Google DriveQuickly grade and analyze students assessments, split cells, remove duplicates, clean up data and change caseAdd powerful functionality to quizzes you create via Google FormsSend personalized mass emails with Gmail and track email opens. 1- g(Math) for Sheets ‘This will be an invaluable tool for any math class or math teacher. 2- Doctopus 3- Flubaroo 4- Power Tools 5- Yet Another Mail Merger 6- Super Quiz 7- Mail Merge with Attachments
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Students Can Now Guide Themselves In Google Expeditions
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Everything You Need To Know In Google Classroom (Part 1)
I get lots of emails asking about Google Classroom. Oftentimes I can’t provide adequate answers to these inquiries given my limited experience with the platform. Although I educate my newsletter subscribers and the readers of this site on all things Google Apps, I have never had the task of actually managing a classroom full of students. Luckily, a reader of the site and real-life teacher was kind enough to help me put a lot of these Classroom dilemmas to rest by putting together a massive guide on everything you need to know in Google Classroom. 1. Here is some information to keep in mind before starting in Google Classroom. 2. This step is not lengthy, but it is very important. Go to: classroom.google.com You will see this screen: When the teacher or the student logs into Google Classroom for the first time make sure you login with the appropriate role of student or teacher. 3. Once you are signed in as a teacher you can now create your class. 4. 1. 2. a. 3. 4. a. 5. a. b. c. d. etc 6. 7.
Everything You Need To Know In Google Classroom (Part 2)
This is part 2 of a three part guide. View part one and part three. Google Classroom is one of Google’s newest, most useful, and least understood products. My inbox is constantly filled with questions on how to best use all of the features Classroom offers and often times I don’t know the answers. That was until a very knowledgeable reader graced me with this massive guide on everything one needs to know to get started on Google Classroom. Last week I posted part one of this guide, covering logging in to inviting your students. 6. If you just invited students to your class you should still be in this student screen. When you click on that it will give you three options. 1. 2. 3. 7. I always make sure the students know that you as the teacher see all in Google Classroom. 8. On a student post click on the action button at the right side of the post (3 dots). 1. 2. 3. 9. The stream tab is where everything happens once you get your classroom up and running. 10. You then fill in the details.
This is part three of a three part guide. View part one. View part two. Google Classroom has gained a lot of depth in the time since it was first released last year. Over the past month I have been releasing a long form guide on how to utilize all of its functionality. Today, I present the conclusion to Everything You Need to Know in Google Classroom. 14. The procedures are all the same for this as in #10 with one exception. This allows you to make the student’s answer as private or as public as you want. 15. This is used for any information you want shared with students. 16. This is the last option you see when clicking the + button in the stream tab of your Google Classroom. 17. There is currently no way to pin a post to keep it at the top. 18. There are a couple of different ways you can communicate with students from within Google Classroom. 1. 2. 19. This is a new feature and it is great! The other way I make use of this is to include parents. Then click on the Calendars tab.
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Control Alt Achieve: Long Multiplication with Google Sheets
My two youngest boys are still in elementary school, so the topic of long multiplication comes up frequently on homework. Long multiplication is when you multiply two numbers, such as a 3-digit number times a 2-digit number, and you show all the steps by first multiplying by the ones digit, then by the tens digit, then adding together those partial products to get the final answer. This is a very structured step-by-step method, so it is important for students to be able to follow the process in the correct order. I wondered if Google Sheets could be used to guide a student through the steps, help keep all the numbers organized properly, and provide feedback if the student does something wrong. The answer is yes! What I did was create some sheets that allow a student to type in the original multiplication problem, and then using hidden columns, custom formulas, and conditional formatting, it provides the student with feedback each step along the way.
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(Cross-posted from the Google+ Keyword blog) By Anna Kiyantseva, Product Manager, Google+ Millions of people use Google+ to connect around the things they’re interested in. To help you sort through the many Collections and Communities where people share, we’ve created a new feature called Topics. With Topics, you’ll see a high-quality stream of Collections, Communities and people related to things we think you’ll be interested in. Today, there are already hundreds of Topics available in English, Spanish and Portuguese, covering everything from black-and-white photography to hiking and camping.
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After The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday that Google accidentally exposed the private information of hundreds of thousands of Google+ users over three years, you might not feel so comfortable having a Google+ account anymore, even though Google plans to shut down the social network. In March, Google became aware of a security breach that had exposed user data since 2015, The Journal reported. After fixing the bug, Google ultimately decided against disclosing this information for fear of regulatory pressure, according to the report. The company has said it hasn't found evidence that the exposed data was misused or inappropriately accessed by any third party. Created in 2011, Google+ never seemed to gain much traction in the social-media sphere, and Google eventually turned it into the underlying account infrastructure connecting its various Google software products, so you might not even realize you're a member.
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