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online workshop by UNCG Libraries.

online workshop by UNCG Libraries.
Related to tools in our Instructional Tech Toolkit

http://library.uncg.edu/info/depts/reference/instruction/tech_toolkit_homepage.aspx

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    • Google Docs, Forms, and Labs Mimi Beth Amy Smith- Filar Harris DeCoster Williams January 24, 2012
    • TECHNICAL STUFF Sometime 1) set up your AUDIO first: video is used file – audio – audio set up wizard - but you can adjust volume here . CHAT: Feel free to offer comments or ask questions. Note icons to show emotion, leave room, raise hand or answer a POLL (green check/red x):View PARTICIPANTS.Icons will appear next to theirname if they are usingmic, chatting, etc.
    • Google DocsQuick poll: A: Google Docs are really new to me B: I’m slightly or somewhat familiar with Google Docs C: I’m comfortable using Google Docs
    • Where to start
    • Creating a new document
    • Uploading a document
    • Collaboration
    • If someone else withaccess to that document is looking at it, you canclick on “1 other viewer” and chat with them about it. Very handy!
    • What it’s good for• Google Docs is great for: – Documents you want to access via your email, from anywhere with internet – Sharing documents and collaborating with classmates and coworkers
    • What it’s not so good for• Not so great for: – Complicated formatting (Recommendation: draft a collaborative paper in GDocs, then do final edit for format in Word)• Dealing with large numbers of documents (for that, come to Dropbox workshop on February 21st at 3 p.m.)
    • Google FormsQuick poll: A: Google Forms are new to me B: I’m slightly or somewhat familiar with Google Forms C: I’m comfortable using Google Forms
    • Where to start
    • Creating a new document
    • 3) Add more questions Form Template 4) 1) Fill out title and description 2) Fill out question stuff & hit done
    • Sample Questions
    • Other Options
    • Various Templates
    • Edit Confirmation Response
    • Where responses appear
    • Uses of Forms • RSVPs for workshops • Signups to bring something • Feedback/surveys • Collect/Share data or observations • Collect Desk Statistics • Online pop quiz • Assess student learningDrawbacks - Not good for high end tabulation; other?
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    • Google LabsQuick poll: A: Google Labs are new to me B: I’m slightly or somewhat familiar with Google Labs C: I’m comfortable using Google Labs
    • About Labs• Different labs for different areas (mail, calendar, etc.)• Some help with efficiency• Some are just fun!• Be aware: they might just go away
    • Where are the Mail Labs?
    • Canned response
    • Mail Goggles
    • Calendar Gadget
    • Calendar Labs
    • One-on-OneDisplays attendee’s name
    • Smart Rescheduler
    • Q & A?
    • Upcoming Workshops• Google for Research: Google Scholar & Advanced Searching Feb 7 @noon• Dropbox in 30 minutes (toolkit tools series) Feb 21 @3:15http://library.uncg.edu/info/distance_education/onlineworkshops.aspx