Google Released An Amazing Speech to Text Feature in Google Docs. September 4, 2015 Voice Typing is another interesting new feature Google released a few day ago.
Google Docs’ users can now type with their voice. You can write an entire essay without having to touch the keyboard. You can even use punctuation with voice typing. Kelly Fitzgerald sur Twitter : "Last chance 2 give input 4 new #gafechat. Vote now & retweet! #gafe #googleedu. #gafechat - Day and Time Survey. Your Forms, your way. Google Forms makes it easy to gather information from a group, whether it’s something as important as requesting RSVPs for your rehearsal dinner, collecting attendance from students for a class trip, or just keeping track of who’s bringing what on a camping weekend with your friends.
One of your top requests has been the ability to add your own personal touch to forms, and starting today you can with custom themes. To add a custom theme, just create a new form and click the “Change theme” button in the toolbar. From there, you can add your own photos or logos to the header, customize fonts and colors, pick a background, and more. If you don’t want to use one of your own images, you can also choose from tons of brand new themes, like the ones shown below.
Google Glass: Sacramento Kings. 40 Ways to Use Google Apps in the Classroom. Google Apps Changed Our Culture. In 2009 our school officially adopted the Google Apps for Education platform.
It was our second major change in about three years. The reception at first was luke-warm at best. Now, three years later, there is a clear shift in the culture of our school system. More teachers and administrators have websites, email usage is through the roof and tools like Google Docs are helping to shift the norm from teacher centric to student centric classrooms.