Field Trips & Reading Logs | Google for Education | The Apps Show - G Suitejordan Once Debbie has sent me the map, I’ll put together a Google Doc with all relevant information for the trip and publish it so parents can see it. Create a Google Doc just like we did for notes, and title it History Trip to Washington, D.C. I’m going to insert a screenshot of the map Debbie made, and then highlight it and insert a link to the map. I’ll also include an itinerary, links to the four museums we are going to, and include any information we have on lodging and meals. If I want to translate the document for parents, I can select "Translate document" from the Tools menu, type in the name of the new document, and pick a language. I press OK to create a translated copy of my document. Next, I’ll publish this document to the web so all parents and students can see the info by clicking the File menu, Select Publish to the Web. After I click Publish, I can now copy the link that appears and send it to anyone to see the file.
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