You can now select exactly where you would like a copy to go right when you make it. It’s pretty simple, but have a look here for more. This might not yet be turned on in your board’s domain.
At work, the same chart may be used across multiple documents and presentations, to help you better convey your message and strengthen your argument. If that chart changes, it can be tedious and time-consuming to replace it in each and every file.
To save you valuable time, we’re now making it possible to update your chart with a single click—without ever needing to leave your document or presentation.
For more information, visit this page (source).
Google Slides may be used to create stunning presentations with the ability add images, video, links and much more. An ever-growing selection of themes allows users to design.
Often, users want to create newsletters or brochures and need access to desktop publishing tools like Microsoft Publisher.
By simply changing the size of the page, users may create, publish and print dynamic, interactive newsletters using Google Slides.
This presentation you are reading was created using Google Slides!
Click on the image or this link to find out more.
Thank you Joe Sisco!
- for you to get more ideas for good uses of Google Slides
- to empower Ms. Drasby and all of the contributors within the slideshow, so to have their thoughts and ideas reach a larger audience.
Thinking of doing something like this for people to contribute ideas:
- within your school community?
- in your town/city?
Simply create a Google slides presentation, be sure to enable ‘Anyone can edit’ within the sharing settings, and you’re all set!
GafeHelp.ca would like to introduce a new resource for grade 9 math students (and teachers).
We have taken the multiple choice questions from previous EQAO booklets to create questions sets for students to practice in a digital way, on a laptop, tablet or smartphone.
The goal for GafeHelp is to add more booklets from previous years broken into four parts. The short assessments also provides students a summary at the end of each section of how they did, as well as the option to retry as well.
More questions will be added in the next few weeks.
You can now give your students a quick multiple choice question in the Classroom stream. A great tool for a simple exit card.
Breakout EDU creates ultra-engaging learning games for people of all ages. Games (Breakouts) teach teamwork, problem solving, critical thinking, and troubleshooting by presenting participants with challenges that ignite their natural drive to problem-solve.
Breakouts are perfect for classrooms, staff trainings, dinner parties, and at home with the family!
Speciality K-12 Breakouts can be used to teach core academic subjects including math, science, history, language arts and have embedded standards that apply problem solving strategies within a real world OR collaborative context.
For more information, please visit breakoutedu.com/
This is something that we’ve been waiting to see, and it’s now here.
Google Apps is introducing the ability to set an “expiration date” for specific user access to files in Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, and Slides. This can be done by accessing the advanced sharing settings, where a new button will appear beside users that you have shared your file with who have either edit or comment rights only (this function is not available for viewers).
For more information, visit the official Google Apps update.
It can be difficult, not to mention time-consuming, to navigate lengthy, complex documents. To make that process easier, today we’re launching an outline tool in Google Docs on the web and Android. Displayed in a pane to the left of the page, this outline features headers for each section of your document, making it simple to quickly jump from section to section.
For a demonstration of this new feature, watch this video.