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How to Use Google Docs - Part 1
How to Use Google Docs - Part 1
How to Use Google Docs - Part 1
How to Use Google Docs - Part 1
How to Use Google Docs - Part 1
How to Use Google Docs - Part 1
How to Use Google Docs - Part 1
How to Use Google Docs - Part 1
How to Use Google Docs - Part 1
How to Use Google Docs - Part 1
How to Use Google Docs - Part 1
How to Use Google Docs - Part 1
How to Use Google Docs - Part 1
How to Use Google Docs - Part 1
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How to Use Google Docs - Part 1

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A tutorial on the basics of Google Docs: Creating an account, the basics of the document and presentation creator, embedding into a blog post, and ideas for uses in the educational setting. Audio has …

A tutorial on the basics of Google Docs: Creating an account, the basics of the document and presentation creator, embedding into a blog post, and ideas for uses in the educational setting. Audio has been added to provide a narration. This tutorial is geared toward teachers.

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  • 1. How to UseGoogle Docs<br />Presented by:<br />Kris Gibson, Brittany Connors, Karey Klemm, <br />Andrell Williams, Lisa Raymond and Liat Rothfeld <br />
  • 2. Does this look like your group when it collaborates? How often do we have to meet with other colleagues during lunch, after school, before school, or while at home?<br />
  • 3. Ready to Learn?<br />This presentation will help you to understand how to use two parts of Google Docs: the word processor and the presentation creator. <br />Here we go!<br />
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  • 5. Do you know the basics of Microsoft Word?<br />Great! <br />Then you are already on your way to learning the basics of Google Docs!<br />
  • 6. Why Use Google Docs?<br />FREE<br />Accessibility<br />Storage capabilities<br />Timely<br />Collaboration<br />User-friendly (similar to word processing programs)<br />
  • 7. Similarities<br />Microsoft Word Toolbar<br />Text Formatting<br />Undo Function<br />Text Alignment<br />Google Docs Toolbar<br />
  • 8. More Similarities<br />Microsoft Word<br />Google Docs<br />
  • 9. Next up:<br />Google Presenter!<br />
  • 10. Google Presenter<br />A web 2.0 based application<br />presented by:<br />
  • 11. Step 1: Open a new presentation in<br />Google docs. <br />Step 2: Create your presentation.<br />
  • 12. Advantages<br />Limitations<br /><ul><li>Collaborate, view, or comment on a project, regardless of location
  • 13. History is saved, so drafts can be viewed
  • 14. Chat feature allows collaborators or viewers to make comments as they view or work on the project
  • 15. Google Docs can be translated into 25 different languages
  • 16. Project can be embedded into a website or blog
  • 17. Can upload a presentation made in Microsoft PowerPoint
  • 18. Users must have an internet connection and an account with
  • 19. Offers less customizing features as Microsoft PowerPoint
  • 20. Doesn’t have audio features</li></li></ul><li>Ideas for Students<br />Ideas for Teachers<br />
  • 21. Click here for a screencast demonstrating how to embed a Google Presentation into a blog post<br />

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