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Wednesday, January 24, 2018

35 Great Tips for Using Google Apps: Part 2




PART 2 
This is the second of a two-part series. Be sure to read and explore both parts. 
A complete list of Google Apps can be found in the graphic at the end of this article. The link to the list online is HERE. 

Great video explaining Google Auto Draw: https://youtu.be/9A9ZsNDf5tM 
Great video detailing ways to organize folders in Google Drive. This is worthwhile. https://youtu.be/Vgo0yx945Hw  
Yet another look, from different perspective, about Google Drawings: https://youtu.be/MWHVchoTlik from Technology for Teachers and Students. This YouTube channel is excellent.  7 Google Drive Tips and Tricks. Subscribe to this YouTube channel! He is from Canada and pronounces “Z” as “zed.” Don’t let it throw you.. https://youtu.be/1TAOo3in5x0 

“10 Things Every Teacher Should Be Able to Do On Google Classroom” is a great infographic from “Educational Technology and Learning.” This site is an excellent resource for teachers or anyone interested in technology. http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2017/08/10-things-every-teacher-should-be-able.html 
Google Calendar ideas for making it even more useful: https://youtu.be/oyMAH6RWelU  
Google Slides has recently released several interesting new features to help you create professional presentations. Most of these features are geared towards enhancing real-time collaboration. http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2017/09/4-new-google-slides-features-to-help.html  
Google Sheets Tutorial 2017 - Designed for Beginners: 
https://youtu.be/M3-MDhnZzPU  This comes from Teacher’s Tech, a great resource for all aspects of technology related to teaching.  

You probably have your favorites, but perhaps a few of these will inspire you to do more with Google Apps. 

Do you have a link to share? 

Complete list of Google Apps follows. 

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