Let the Robots Do It For You: Automate Your Workflow With Google

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Learn the basic tools involved with automating workflows through Google Forms and Google Sheets

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  • Purpose of these projects: to make processes more efficient, but also to make all of us more effective – whether in the classroom, front office, or in the gym. I’d like to share one last project from Drew Snodgrass, one of the Directors of Curriculum and Assessment for KIPP St. Louis. Drew has put an automation project together that draws parents into the progress report conversation in a unique and powerful way. …

    And that’s what these efforts are all about. Learning these flows isn’t just about building cool tools. It’s about caring for people, which makes it worth the effort.
  • Let the Robots Do It For You: Automate Your Workflow With Google

    1. 1. Let the ROBOTS Do It For You! Automate Your Workflow with Google
    2. 2. Drew McAllister @drewmca Educational Technology Architect GadellNet Consulting
    3. 3. Raw Materials Google Sheets Google Forms Autocrat Text2Link Form Redirector EZQuery CopyDown
    4. 4. Method and Purpose Story with a Problem Tool(s) Live “Build It” Session
    5. 5. Space to Read
    6. 6. Autocrat
    7. 7. Autocrat
    8. 8. Form Redirector
    9. 9. Form Redirector http://cloudlab.newvisions.org/add-ons/form-router
    10. 10. Concept Check is not
    11. 11. Text 2 Link
    12. 12. Text 2 Link
    13. 13. 2-Fold Problem Divide the Master Sheet Create a Portal
    14. 14. EZQuery
    15. 15. EZQuery
    16. 16. Copydown
    17. 17. Copydown
    18. 18. http://adamhamilton.weebly.com/blog/bigger-faster-strongergooglier
    19. 19. Raw Materials Google Sheets Google Forms Autocrat Text2Link Form Redirector EZQuery CopyDown Form Ranger Form Fuse Form Limiter FormMule Row Call vlookup
    20. 20. Attributions Image Credits Collaborators Jeremy Remiger – Campus Ministry – St. John Vianney High School Adam Hamilton – Dean of Applied Sciences – St. John Vianney High School Laura Millkamp – Director of Operations – KIPP Victory Drew Snodgrass – Director of Curriculum and Assessment – KIPP St. Louis Android Robots -- Bersam Excel Logo – Dakirby309 Joe Schmidt – autoCrat Google+ Community
    21. 21. Let’s Build! Drew McAllister @drewmca Educational Technology Architect GadellNet Consulting Thank you and

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