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Gmail is amazing. It's chock full of more shortcuts, settings, and features than you could shake a stick at. Even if you consider yourself a Gmail ninja, though, there are quite a few tricks you might not know about (and some that Google didn't even intend).
Google Sites has the ability to insert Google Apps related gadgets like Calendars. This can be done by editing a web page, clicking "Insert" from the edit navigation and selecting the "Calendar gadget". For those important events, many will emphasize it with a post on an Announcement web page.
Educators all over the world have used Google's geo products to help students conceptualize, visualize, share and communicate information about the world around them. This summer, we will host two Google Geo Teachers Institutes : June 13 and 14, 2012 in Dublin, Ireland and June 20 and 21, 2012 in London, England. Both events will be held at the local Google office. This two-day event is a free professional development experience designed to help educators get the most from Google's geography-related products and technologies. Participants receive hands-on experience and learn best practices and tips for using Google Earth , Google Maps , and Google SketchUp , including a focus on features like Ocean , Mars , Moon and Sky in Google Earth. Attendees will also learn about innovative instructional strategies, theoretical foundations, and receive resources to share with colleagues.
Takeaway: Kevin Purdy reveals five little advantageous tweaks that you may not have noticed are currently available in the Google-verse lately. It’s a kind of unspoken policy that Google releases products early and unfinished, then gets to work fixing, tweaking, and improving them right on the web. So some weeks, Google doesn’t have anything big to announce - or, at least, nothing your intrepid Google in the Enterprise blogger can find. So here, then, are five little advantageous things that you may not have noticed in the Google-verse lately.
At Google, we believe in the power of the web to help people discover, connect, and learn. Education lies at the very core of our company’s mission “to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful.” Leading-edge technologies will play a vital role in helping equip future generations with the skills they need to thrive in the workforce of today and tomorrow. That is why we support collaborative learning in communities around the world, and why we invest heavily in education programs initiatives and partnerships through our products and tools. Our education initiatives focus on three key areas: Making learning magical Empowering innovative communities Building a foundation of technology and access
Posted on | March 7, 2012 | No Comments Blogger: Adding authors, specifying readers | Click image to enlarge Here are two things I can highly recommend: that you use Blogger.com as your blogging platform, and that you make all your learners authors on the same shared class blog .
Google Docs is convenient, cheap, and compatible with just about any platform, making collaboration incredibly simple. It’s also infuriating, incomplete, and limited. Google Docs wafts in the cloud, just beyond your tinkering fingertips, and you’re at the whim of the Google engineers who control the tweaks, fixes, and enhancements.
This video tutorial explains how you can send form data from Google Docs in an email message using the very useful Send Mail function of Google Docs. Whether you are looking to add a basic “Contact Me” form to your website or need to create a complex online poll with conditional branching, Google Docs is an excellent tool for you. It offers a variety of themes, data can be easily exported and, unlike other polling software, your Google Docs forms can accept any number of responses without the fee. There’s one limitation though.
Once successfully deployed, Google Apps is a powerful, easy-to-use and self-maintaining application that can drastically increase your company’s productivity. However, switching from other platforms could be a challenge for your staff and if incorrectly utilized, will actually negate its intended purpose.
I live and work in the cloud, and over the past few years, many people have joined me there. There has also been a lot of reluctance to move into cloud computing from people who are afraid of turning over control of their data to companies with giant server farms. Understandable. For the most part, though, cloud computing is just as safe and secure as your local machine, and the benefits far outweigh the concerns for me. If you are reluctant, though, or are new to the cloud and still trying to find your footing, here are a few tips to help you. 1.
Overview: Enter some text or a URL in a spreadsheet and a QR code will be automatically created - all with the help of a little formula that you’ll learn about in this tip of the week. This is a great way to create lots of QR codes very quickly and easily! You will have two options: 1. Create your own; or 2.
Chromebook First, what is a “Chromebook”? Google’s answer : A Chromebook is a mobile device designed specifically for people who live on the web. With a comfortable full-sized keyboard, large display and clickable trackpad, all-day battery life, light weight, and built-in ability to connect to Wi-Fi and mobile broadband networks, Chromebooks are ideal for anytime, anywhere access to the web. They provide a faster, safer, more secure online experience for people who live on the web, without all the time-consuming, often confusing, high level of maintenance required by typical computers.