Tag Archives: Google

Leyden Symposium 2014 Day 3

Today at day 3 of the Leyden Symposium I decided to attend the Google Apps is the Key session led by Mikkel Storaasil since I enjoyed it so much last year. Mikkel asked us to tell him on TodaysMeet what … Continue reading

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Leyden Symposium 2014 Day 2

I’m not going to try to relate all the many magical things that happened today at the Leyden Symposium. I don’t think I can do justice to the first two speakers of the day. First Jennie Magiera spoke about From Ideas … Continue reading

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Leyden Symposium 2014 Day 1

The Leyden team welcomed us to the Leyden Symposium in the auditorium this morning and offered us an overview of their Digital Evolution. To find out a bit about ourselves we answered questions on Kahoot. The keynote speaker Dean Shareski, Community Manager for … Continue reading

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Chromebook or iPad-Which Do I Prefer?

At the recent #edcampchicago I was sitting next to a new friend who had brought both her iPad and her Chromebook with her. She preferred her iPad but knew the battery would not last the entire day. I had faced … Continue reading

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Google Connected Classrooms

Google Connected Classrooms has a few virtual field trip events coming up in November that K12 art students might be interested in. If you have any students interested in learning more about FX monster making, they might enjoy an after

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Your Google Site Looks Different on a Chromebook Than on Your Desktop

Many schools are getting ready for a one-to-one student Chromebook initiative, however most teachers use a laptop or desktop to prepare their work. If you are using Google sites with your students, be sure to look at all the webpages … Continue reading

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Getting Comments to Carry Over When Pasting in Google Sheets

Comments in Google Sheets Copying and pasting comments in Google sheets does not work at the present time. However, after some research I found that if you export your spreadsheet into Excel the comments go over with it. If you then open … Continue reading

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Further Reflections on the Udemy Class

Lecture 6: Data is Apolitical I felt like adding to my post from yesterday regarding the Udemy class lectures by Marissa Mayer, CEO of Yahoo! from a presentation while she worked for Google. She said that organizational political liaisons such as … Continue reading

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Reflection on My First Course Through Udemy

Udemy is a platform that hosts classes, both free and paid, on a wide variety of subjects. I took the leap and took my first class. I downloaded the Udemy iPad app and used my iPad to watch the lectures. … Continue reading

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Organizing the Blogs you Read in Google Reader

I have created a Lunch and Learn LiveBinders that can be used by Technology Coaches or individual users to learn to use and organize the blogs they read using Google Reader. The steps, for beginners, are straightforward and I have included screenshots to … Continue reading

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