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Google Apps for iPad

Google Apps for iPad
Productivity Tips To increase efficiency, it helps to add any commonly-accessed websites, such as the Google eBookstore or Google Docs, to the home screen as a bookmark. This allows the shortcut to show up as an app icon, taking users directly where they need to go. In addition, many third-party apps and software are available to maximize productivity and make tasks simpler for you and your students. iFiles With iFiles, users can save their Google Apps accounts in a list, locking it behind a password. Printopia 2 for Mac If you have a Mac, use Printopia for submitting work. (Be sure to confirm compatibility with your district's network. Flipboard Flipboard is great for Google Reader! Related:  iPad & Android

Top 200 best iPad apps 2012 If you've got yourself an iPad Air or new iPad mini, you'll want to start downloading the best iPad apps straight away. And if you already have an iPad 4 or older iPad, you might want to update it with some new apps. It's the apps that really set iOS apart from other platforms - there are far more apps available on the App Store for the iPad than any other tablet. So which which ones are worth your cash? Luckily for you we've tested thousands of the best iPad apps so that you don't have to. So read on for our best-in-class apps for each major category, followed by some more specific lists of the best free and paid for apps and games. Best iPad apps: Books App name: KindleDeveloper: AmazonPrice: FreeLink: Get from iTunes The best library of literature to choose from, cross platform support via Whispersync, a great choice of fonts and ways to read… Kindle is the most comprehensive reading app out there, and an essential download. Best iPad apps: Business

Google Apps Experts: Understanding Google Drive for Google Apps Some of us may have already caught wind of this but for those who haven't, Google has released Google Drive to certain domains and users! The rollout to all domains and users will happen gradually over the next 4 to 6 weeks, so keep an eye out for the 'new look of Docs.' If you would like to see if Google Drive is available for you, click here to download the new feature ... if it is not available to you yet, you'll want to click on the 'Notify Me' button on the Drive homepage and Google will send you an email when it's ready!Today, we're going to highlight a few items surrounding Google Drive so you'll have a better understanding of what it is and what's available to you. The New Look of Google DriveAfter you download Google Drive, the 'Docs' hyperlink in the Universal Navigation Bar (upper left hand corner of your inbox) will now say 'Drive.' Loading

Demotivational Posters for those with way too much free time! Transferring your iTunes Library For most users, iTunes does a great job of handling all of the details of managing your media library for you, allowing you to manage your content through iTunes itself and not having to worry too much about the underlying files and folders that make up your iTunes library. Unfortunately, this user-friendly approach has one serious limitation: When it comes time to move your iTunes library, it can often be a bit of a challenge to figure out exactly what pieces you need to move and how to go about doing this. Many iTunes users start out with a basic iTunes library and use the default settings to store all of their media content on their primary internal hard drive. However, as you add new content over time, particularly with the additional video content now supported by iTunes, you may soon find that your library threatens to take over your computer. Another common scenario many users find themselves in is what to do when they upgrade to a new computer. How iTunes Manages Media Content

The Google+ Guide For Educators – SimpleK12_ Home » Education, Social Media Written by Grace2 August 2011 Unless you've been living under a rock the last month, undoubtedly you've heard of the new social networking site everyone has been raving about: Google+. All this buzz has generated some great articles (my to-read pile just keeps growing!) Here's my Google+ Guide for Educators: So what do you think about Google+? Share this post with your friends and colleagues: Ideas To Steal 55 Beautiful Apple iPad Wallpapers May 31 2010 This is the age of iPhones, iPods and iPads, people simply love to have these amazing inventions of information technology. Apple iPhones have created a state of euphoria among its users with its amazing features and iPad is another product from Apple team that will let you browse internet, watch video, listen music, read books with just a finger touch. We are sure some of you have already purchased it and now want to customize it. Beautiful iPad Wallpapers LeopardDownload Wallpaper: 1024px × 1024px Calm Lake Download Wallpaper: 1024px × 1024px Wooden StyleDownload Wallpaper: 1024px × 1024px iPad Wallpaper 1364Download Wallpaper: 1024px × 1024px Closer To GodDownload Wallpaper: 1024px × 1024px Planet Earth Download Wallpaper: 1024px × 1024px Purple Plant CloseupDownload Wallpaper: 1024px × 1024px James Cameron’s Avatar iPad WallpaperDownload Wallpaper: 1024px × 1024px Clown Fish iPad WallpaperDownload Wallpaper: 1024px × 1024px Ocean of spot lightsDownload Wallpaper: 1024px × 1024px

5 Ways to Use Google Docs in the Classroom Google Docs is a user friendly suite of online collaborative tools that come with tremendous potential for use in the classroom. Last year all of the students in our school received Google Docs accounts and I was kept quite busy getting students and teachers up and running with the new tools, then discovering innovative ways to use them as effective tools for learning. Here are some of the favorites. Collaborative Writing Sharing and commenting provide students with opportunities to receive immediate feedback on their writing from teachers and peers in the 24/7 classroom. In Box One of the challenges of using Google Docs with a class full of students is in managing all those Google Docs. Collaborative Brainstorming The features available in the drawing component of Google Docs are well-suited for online, collaborative brainstorming sessions that provide students with opportunities to work together to develop ideas. Self-Grading Quiz A Virtual Copy Machine

iPad Curriculum 20 Google Docs Secrets for busy teachers and students. Google Docs has revolutionised the way we create and edit content on the web. It is a genuine collaboration tool like nothing that has come before it. Up to 50 people can simultaneously edit a spreadsheet, presentation or document at no expense, and it is available on all mobile and desktop platforms. Today we are going to look at 20 great tips every teacher and student should be using to get the most of the collaborative learning opportunities Google Doc’s offers. Allow editing without signing in: If you’re sharing a document with classmates who don’t have a Google login, just make it available to edit without signing in. Chat away: In Google Docs, you can see anyone who is currently editing the document, and if needed, send a message to chat with them. Embed Docs anywhere: Get a link to your document or spreadsheet, and you can embed or publish it anywhere, including Facebook or a class blog. Create graphs: Visuals are great tools for getting your point across.

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100+ Google Tricks for Teachers It's Google's world, we're just teaching in it. Now, we can use it a little more easily. With classes, homework, and projects–not to mention your social life–time is truly at a premium for all teachers, so why not take advantage of the wide world that Google has to offer? From super-effective search tricks to Google tools specifically for education to tricks and tips for using Gmail, Google Docs, and Google Calendar, these tricks will surely save you some precious time. Search Tricks These search tricks can save you time when researching online for your next project or just to find out what time it is across the world, so start using these right away. Convert units. Google Specifically for Education From Google Scholar that returns only results from scholarly literature to learning more about computer science, these Google items will help you at school. Google Scholar. Google Docs 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. Gmail 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. Google Calendar 44.

Five Best Tablet Drawing Apps It seems to impress passers buy when you edit video with your fingers in iMovie on the iPad. It still impresses people when I edit photos on an iPad. I'm not so much out to impress people with what I'm doing, but what the end result may be. Though I do agree that it was skewed away from windows tablets. these were user submitted and voted choices. next time speak up louder during the initial submissions and you'll see your preference listed here. oh, and the windows tablet digitizers are NOT more accurate then the cintiq, not even close. they are built by wacom but only have: 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity no tilt/rotation detection 2540 lines per inch detection resolution no tip/pen type detection the cintiq has: 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity tilt and rotation detection 5080 lines per inch detection resolution tip/pen type detection the Intuos is even better, but has no display on the digitizer so it is a different beat altogether.

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