Video Resources on Demand

 

Guidance

 

Mathematics

 

Technology

  • Google Drive Tools
         1. Introduction to Google Drive (signing in, navigating to Google Drive, creating folders, moving docs to folders)
         2. Creating a Google Doc (creating a doc, naming the doc, features)
         3. Creating a Google Slide (creating a slide deck, selecting a theme, features, creating new slides, layouts,
             transitions/animations, naming the slide deck
    )
         4. Creating a Google Form (creating a form, naming the form, question types, required question indicator, adding
             additional questions, previewing the form, sending the form to others
    ​, ​adding collaborators​)
         5. Analyzing Results from a Google Form (accessing responses sheet, creating an answer key, analyzing results from a
             Google Form, using the Flubaroo add-on to grade a submitted assessment, question analysis based on metrics
    )
         6. Google Contacts (accessing through G-Mail, accessing through app launcher, creating a new group, adding contacts
             to a group, e-mailing a group
    )
         7. Sharing on Google Drive (choosing to share with individuals or contact group, share options, shared with me folder,
             making a copy of a view only document, documents shared with you that are view only, editable, or comments)

         8. Collaboration on Google Drive (viewing who is actively working on a shared document, demonstration of live
             collaboration, review of revision history
    )
         9. Uploading Files to Google Drive (uploading Microsoft Powerpoint files, opening Powerpoint file in Google Slides,
             uploading Microsoft Word files, opening Microsoft Word files in Google Docs
    )
        10. Google Drive Organization (creating folders, creating sub-folders, color-coding, organizing the shared with me folder,
              tracking storage
    ​)
        11. Google Tasks Synchronization with Google Calendar (creating to-do/task lists to appear in your Google Calendar)

 

  • Google Takeout - "Take Your Files with You"
         1. Google Takeout, Part 1 of 2 (selecting data to archive, choosing export file type, and delivery method)
         2. Google Takeout, Part 2 of 2 (downloading the archive once it has been prepared; view of the completed archive)

  

 

Last Updated: July 5, 2016; 3:08 PM