Google Workspace

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Chrome Browser Tips – Profiles, Settings, and Tabs

A great place to start in setting up your work environment is with the Chrome browser itself. Understanding some of the basic features and settings of Google Chrome is the foundation of success when using Google Workspace for Education. You will find that setting your personal preferences can make all the difference in your day …

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What Tool do I Use? – Match a Tech Tool with Your Teaching Goal

You might have a goal of what you want to do for students but how do you choose which tool to use? We’ve broken our supported tools up into groups by usage goal.  In the chart below, you can see which tools will help in each of these areas. Scroll through the chart for each …

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Using MindMup Mind Mapping with Google Drive

MindMup 2.0 is our newly recommended mind mapping software. It is perfect for visually mapping and collaborating with groups, classes, and teams. Read about that here -> You can use the MindMup website for maps, but you they are all public and have some other restrictions. We recommend adding the MindMup 2.0 add-on to Google …

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Using Google Calendar Appointment Slots

Meredith College faculty and staff have the ability to create appointment slots on any of their Google Calendars which allows them to set a block of available time for appointments and have others automatically reserve slots within that time block. This works perfectly for allowing students to make advising appointments, reserve time during faculty office …

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