- Google Drive is here! Free online file storage and syncing. 0 Comments April 26, 2012 By: David Andrade Apr 26 Written by: 4/26/2012 9:03 AM ShareThis Google Drive, Google's online file storage system, is now live.
Google Docs is integrated with Google Drive so you can work on all your documents, presentations and spreadsheets, as well as share content and then add and reply to comments on any file (PDF, image, video, and so on) and receive notifications when some one else comments on a shared item. One other nice feature is that you can open all these types of files (over 30 different ones) right in your browser, even if you don't have the original program the file was created in on your computer. You can access your files on the web and install the Drive on your Mac or PC and your Android phone (iOS app coming soon). You can also search your files easily by keyword, file type, owner and more. The free account is 5GB. This is another great option for backing up and having cloud access to all of your files.
Search Education – Google. Lesson Plan Search – Google in Education. CS Unplugged RoxAnn H. Stalvey at College of Charleston Computer Science Unplugged, CS Unplugged, is a collection of computer science activities that are designed to introduce students to computing concepts without using a computer. Most, if not all, of the activities involve student participation through kinetic learning experiences.
Activities generally take 5 – 20 minutes to deliver and offer an exciting way to engage students, from kindergartners up to senior citizens, in interactive introductions to difficult computing topics. Google Apps for Education and the New Google Drive. The long-awaited Google Drive is finally here.
The new product, launching today and available at drive.google.com, offers users 5 GB of file storage and syncing and effectively replaces Google Docs (which has offered file storage for a couple of years.) Google Drive also replaces the editing, file-creation and file-sharing features of Google Docs. There’s been plenty of ink spilled already on the news, and lots of coverage about how Google Docs stacks up against some of the other cloud storage options available. (See: Engadget for a feature and price comparison among Google Drive, Dropbox, Skydrive and iCloud). At the end of the day, which one you choose is probably dependent on how you work and who you’re sharing with. But for schools that are Google Apps for Education (and Chromebooks) customers, it’s likely they’ll take advantage of this tool as opposed to one of the alternatives. EducationOnAir. Google Released Inclusive Booklet for Educators.
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I had been using google page creator for more than 1 year. I went through the pain of learning by myself lots of interactive and attractive stuff to add to your webpage. I have listed the tips in a random manner which means you can add each one independently of the others. I highly recommend that you visit my Google Page Creator FAQ since it is much more comprehensive. Google's page creator is targeted at people who want to build a website, but have no clue how or where to start. Each tip contains a brief description, prerequisites, expected implementation time, and the code to add. I keep on updating and adding new easy-to-add pieces of code.Keep on checking my website (press ctrl+D) Google Transition. Our Firstclass to Google Transition is officially over (although we're constantly learning new things and incorporating new google features into our practice).
Feel free to surf about this site for some resources. You might also be interested in two reflection posts that I (Matt Montagne) created. Hopefully this content and these reflection posts helps prepare you and your organization for a successful migration to Google Apps for Education. Matt Montagne February, 2010. Gadgets For Your Webpage. Google Docs - Home. Lebanon School District Mail - Inbox (4) - amollica. Ten Reasons to Choose Apps – Google Apps for Education. Get Apps – Google Apps for Education. Google Apps Education Training Center.
There is no denying the power of Gmail.
And armed with a handful of extensions and add-on services, you can really turn Gmail into the ultimate emailing powerhouse. From enhancing and tidying your contacts list, to implementing an elaborate productivity system in your inbox, almost anything’s possible. You just need to know how. And because of Gmail’s popularity, the list continues to grow, diversify, giving users countless new ways to make the service even more useful. Here’s a look at some of the tools you can use to enhance your Gmail experience. FollowUp CC While Boomerang is a great plugin for reminding yourself about emails you need to reply to, FollowUp CC takes it one step further, and can send your recipient a gentle reminder that you still haven’t heard from them. There are a variety of ways you can formulate the address, from specifying the length of time to wait or specifying the actual date and time.
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CEO Larry Page's traditionally frosty relationship with Wall Street turned into a warm embrace Thursday after the Internet search leader released strong financial results for its latest quarter. The results represented Page's first report card since he became CEO at the start of the second quarter in April, ending the decade-long reign of his mentor, Eric Schmidt.
Although he established himself as engineering and entrepreneurial genius as Google's co-founder, Page has made it clear since the company went public in 2004 that he is more interested in innovation than focusing on the short-term earnings targets set by stock market analysts. Page's standoffish attitude had raised concerns that Google might not exceed expectations as consistently as it did under Schmidt. The concern had been weighing on Google's stock, causing it to lag well behind the technology-driven Nasdaq composite index. Google Docs Templates.