Mes: febrero 2016

Chapter 18 – Securing Computers

  If you are using a mobile device, use this : https://docs.google.com/document/d/1p_lur_5pWLbwvSeRZciW80Js8opO1vqf4tMIcoZ9mnU/edit?usp=sharing

La entrada Chapter 18 – Securing Computers se publicó primero en The Tech Cave.

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Chapter 17 – Printers

  If you are using a mobile device, use this: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1L8U-zBXYmnUQm-GMjOt83qpP4txM4_X43ezermEo9CI/edit?usp=sharing

La entrada Chapter 17 – Printers se publicó primero en The Tech Cave.

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Google Slides

Google Slides is the Google App alternative to other Presentation tools such as Microsoft Powerpoint or LibreOffice Impress.

You can create your own presentation using Slides or you can import presentations you have already created by uploading them to your Google Drive and then editing the file with Slides.

With Google Slides, Teachers can:

  • Showcase student work on a class website using embedded presentations
  • Create templates that outline specific topics for student presentations
  • Publish how-to presentations with screenshots and videos
  • Design certificates to print or to send electronically                       

Students can:

  • Create a slideshow with images for a class project
  • Collaborate easily with a group to create a presentation
  • Make a storyboard for a video project
  • Design a comic strip to visualize a complex topic

The advantage of using Slides instead of other desktop apps is that students can share their work online with their teachers and peers (setting permissions to allow only their classmates to see their work) and teachers do not need to send any files as they should only share the direct link to the presentation once they have granted the appropriate permissions.

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Google Slides

Google Slides is the Google App alternative to other Presentation tools such as Microsoft Powerpoint or LibreOffice Impress.

You can create your own presentation using Slides or you can import presentations you have already created by uploading them to your Google Drive and then editing the file with Slides.

With Google Slides, Teachers can:

  • Showcase student work on a class website using embedded presentations
  • Create templates that outline specific topics for student presentations
  • Publish how-to presentations with screenshots and videos
  • Design certificates to print or to send electronically                       

Students can:

  • Create a slideshow with images for a class project
  • Collaborate easily with a group to create a presentation
  • Make a storyboard for a video project
  • Design a comic strip to visualize a complex topic

The advantage of using Slides instead of other desktop apps is that students can share their work online with their teachers and peers (setting permissions to allow only their classmates to see their work) and teachers do not need to send any files as they should only share the direct link to the presentation once they have granted the appropriate permissions.

Continue reading “Google Slides”

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Google Slides

Google Slides is the Google App alternative to other Presentation tools such as Microsoft Powerpoint or LibreOffice Impress.

You can create your own presentation using Slides or you can import presentations you have already created by uploading them to your Google Drive and then editing the file with Slides.

With Google Slides, Teachers can:

  • Showcase student work on a class website using embedded presentations
  • Create templates that outline specific topics for student presentations
  • Publish how-to presentations with screenshots and videos
  • Design certificates to print or to send electronically                       

Students can:

  • Create a slideshow with images for a class project
  • Collaborate easily with a group to create a presentation
  • Make a storyboard for a video project
  • Design a comic strip to visualize a complex topic

The advantage of using Slides instead of other desktop apps is that students can share their work online with their teachers and peers (setting permissions to allow only their classmates to see their work) and teachers do not need to send any files as they should only share the direct link to the presentation once they have granted the appropriate permissions.

Continue reading “Google Slides”

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Google sheets

In our previous post we talked about Google Forms and the different ways we can use those to collect information or create simple assessments. It is relevant to know that all the information that is provided through the Form can be kept in a G…

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Google sheets

In our previous post we talked about Google Forms and the different ways we can use those to collect information or create simple assessments. It is relevant to know that all the information that is provided through the Form can be kept in a G…

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Google sheets

In our previous post we talked about Google Forms and the different ways we can use those to collect information or create simple assessments. It is relevant to know that all the information that is provided through the Form can be kept in a G…

Publicado en ICT / TIC

Using Google Forms to create surveys, quizzes… and much more!

When you have to gather information from different people, Google Forms is an useful tool that helps you store and manage all the information in a single place, where you can easily find it, analyze it, even share it if you want.This short vide…

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Using Google Forms to create surveys, quizzes… and much more!

When you have to gather information from different people, Google Forms is an useful tool that helps you store and manage all the information in a single place, where you can easily find it, analyze it, even share it if you want.This short vide…

Publicado en ICT / TIC