"I have been publishing several blog posts on Chrome extensions for teachers. I thought it might be helpful to link to them all in one place."
Jim Lerman's insight:
Keeler has done us all a great service by gathering her now 14 (as of March 2015) blog posts dealing with practical Chrome Extensions for Teachers. You will undoubtedly find something useful here that you did not know about previously.
Gmail’s a Google product, so of course it has powerful search features. But some of Gmail’s search features are hidden and don’t appear in the Search Options pane. Learn Gmail’s search tricks to master your massive inbox.
Sarah McElrath's insight:
Visual and easily laid out directions/descriptions. Good for even non-techies.
Do you spend a lot of your time in Gmail? If it’s your main e-mail client, you probably do. Market research shows that the average worker spends nearly two hours a day working on e-mail. Learning to search effectively in Gmail can save you quite a bit of time, and you would expect Google to…
A superb assessment resource which allows you to gain real-time feed back through tests, quizzes and even allowing students to annotate a document that you upload. Set up your quiz/test using true/false statements, longer text answers or students can draw the answer. You can setup a marking key meaning that the site will mark the answers for you and give instant data on who is correct. Your student can either have there own free account or they can access the material using a link. The site works across a wide range of devices.
If students are using computers there is a need for students to capture their learning and to be able to explain it. Additionally, teachers need to be able to comment on and provide feedback on digital student work. Snagit by TechSmith has a Chrome app and Chrome extension that is free.
If you’re like me, you’re checking Gmail constantly. Despite how much time you spend on Gmail, I bet that good old Google Mail is still holding out a few secrets on you! Well we’re blowing its cover and showing you some of the most valuable Gmail tips and tricks to make your email checking a bit easier.
New: Learn our best Gmail automations in a recorded training session. Watch now! Like it or not, email is often the cornerstone of your personal and professional communications. As a result, there are hundreds of people vying for attention in your inbox. That makes sifting through new emails—and finding ...
Sarah McElrath's insight:
Gmail is amazingly versatile if you know how to optimize it.
Did you know about the existence of WITHGOOGLE.COM? Wow, it’s like a chest full of treasures. Check out some of the interesting things you can find hidden in this mysterious domain (and other classified folders):
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