Working with a great team to deliver information and guide teachers through using: Google Sheets (12:30 - 1:45pm) 7/24/2018 Google Slides (2:00 - 3:15pm) 7/24/2018
Coming back to The Google Sheets course... Just loved seeing the "precedence" drag and drop in the conditional formatting rules. While I don't imagine when I'll use it, I have often used VLookup in the past. Having the resulting table also include visual queues? A recipe for greatness!
When asked what tools an instructor or student might use for online presentations I could respond at length. However, here is a brief list of ones you might try: Jing (Techsmith) Screencastify (Google Chrome plugin) VCASMO (online tool, slides and video) Keynote (I love this!) Prezi (think carefully, you can have sound, but maybe not as you want) Explain Everything (perfect for your iPad)
Here starts a series of posts on which Google Apps I use most often and those I recommend. This is what my current (July '15) app window includes: Google Drive, Google Docs, Gmail, Google Slides, Google Search, Google Sheets, Web Store, PicMonkey, Text and YouTube. #1. PicMonkey: Here's a light-hearted, fun app that happens to be a real hard worker. It is also very easy to use. Let PicMonkey do the heavy lifting for you! You can get the PicMonkey Editor for Chrome as an app by visiting: http://www.picmonkey.com/tools…