Posts filed under: Google

Learn about the new changes in Google Forms. Thanks to everyone who attended the CLAS Secretaries Conference to learn about "Technology Tips & Shortcuts."...
Classroom visits with formMule can make a principal's job easier. Try a Google Form and use formMule to provide feedback to teachers....
What do you do when you have a job to print and no printer? If you are printing from Google Drive, print directly to a FedEx office....
New Year’s Eve is a time to relive the highlights of the past 365 days. It’s a celebration which was right, and try to continue the magic into the next year. It’s a time to put behind us the valleys...
Gmail is the tool which handles all of my email accounts. I like it because I can access it and handle it from anywhere. Archiving or deleting a message on one device handles it across all devices. At the end...
Keeping students safe on the Internet is a constant challenge. The ability to lock safe search has been available on Google for several years, yet many people still do not know about it. As a teacher, you can look for the...
I have quickly become a fan of Google Search. This 7.5 minute video shows the capabilities coming shortly to Chrome and currently present in Google Now for your mobile devices. The video is part of the Google I/O Keynote from...
Since January 2002, Outlook has served as a very complete address book. Back then, most people maintained three address books: the pencil/paper one with names, addresses, and phone numbers; the one on their phones containing phone numbers; and the one...
Making input an a small piece of glass as fast as input on a full qwertyui keyboard is an ongoing challenge. Predictive text, some which not only predicts the word you are typing, but also the next word, Swype, and...
I have been hearing lots of buzz but really didn’t have a clue. What about you? Maybe this video will help some…...