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Tutorials - Google Apps Script

Tutorials - Google Apps Script
These tutorials are designed to help you start using Google Apps Scripts more quickly. Some of these tutorials focus on the basics, some provide an in-depth analysis of a complex script, while others address specific nuances of the Google Apps Script system itself. Basics and working with Google Sheets Your First Script - This tutorial covers the basics of writing and executing a script, demonstrating how to create a Google Document and send an email. Your First Custom Function - This tutorial teaches you how to create custom spreadsheet functions which can be used as part of normal spreadsheet formulas. Sending Emails from a Spreadsheet - This tutorial shows how to use spreadsheet data to send emails to different people. Integration with other services Creating a Google Site - This tutorial shows how to gather data from Gmail Contacts and Calendar to create a Google Site for our fictional soccer team. Workflows and end-to-end examples Older tutorials (no longer maintained)

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Improve Your Search Skills with These Challenges Daniel Russell is a Google employee who studies how people search on the Internet. He's a search anthropologist. I had the pleasure of meeting him and learning from him at the Google Teacher Academy that I attended in 2009. On his blog Search ReSearch Daniel Russell posts search challenges for readers to try. Then a few days later he explains how to solve the challenges.

Restrict Access to Google Forms with These Two Options - BetterCloud Monitor The first option allows you to set permissions and identify who can complete your form. Meaning, you can designate specific people you want to complete the form with the use of a student ID, for example. This is done by creating an expression in the responses spreadsheet.

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Overview of Google Apps Script   Google Apps Script is a scripting language based on JavaScript that lets you do new and cool things with Google Apps like Docs, Sheets, and Forms. There's nothing to install — we give you a code editor right in your browser, and your scripts run on Google's servers. If you're new to JavaScript, Codecademy offers a great course for beginners. Complete Guide to Google Forms – ELTC International Summer School Creating a Google Form First, go to your Google Drive. You can do so either from the drop-down menu on MOLE, or From your Google mail, by clicking on the little squares (top right of your screen) then clicking on Drive. To create a form, click on New (top left), More and then Google Forms. Comics & Anthropology « Public Space, Information Accessibility, Technology, and Diversity at Oslo University College This comic book, in both its form and content, breaks with the traditional way of presenting ethnography. Traditionally, anthropology has been a written enterprise. Writing is perceived as the most scientific form of representation of social life.

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Getting Started with MIT App Inventor 2 App Inventor is a cloud-based tool, which means you can build apps right in your web browser. This website offers all the support you'll need to learn how to build your own apps. The App Inventor software, or "service" is at ai2.appinventor.mit.edu. You can get there by clicking the orange "Create Apps!" button from any page on this website. Setup Instructions: How to set up your phone for live testing (or, if you don't have a phone, how to start the emulator).Designer and Blocks Editor Overview: Gives a tour of the App Inventor environment.Beginner Tutorials: Highly recommended as the best way to get started programming in App Inventor.Packaging and Sharing Apps: After you have built an app, you can package it for your phone and share it with friends.

The Magic Automatic Lesson Planner with Google Forms Take the hassle out of lesson planning. Go digital. Make your plans searchable and shareable. Human Intelligence: The Flynn Effect This page is now located at an updated address. Please update your bookmarks! The new address is posted below. You will be redirected to the new page in 15 seconds or you can click the link below. The Flynn Effect Originally prepared by: Charles Graham (fall 2001)Revised: Jonathan Plucker (fall 2002)

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