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This is the first slide show from our RSU29 Technology training day

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  1. 1. Passwords• If you have a QR reader: • Read the QR on the desk • Open the second link on the google doc: BUTLER/HANNIGAN Weblinks
  2. 2. Parking Lot: Questions, Comments, etc.• Corkboardme • Sticky note site • Use second link in butler/hannigan document
  3. 3. What can google do for you?
  4. 4. Setting Up Igoogle Page1. Open chrome (you may have to find it in your applications)2. In the address bar type 1. Sign in if necessary3. Add the following gadgets (look for the square icon on the right upper corner) 1. calculator 2. docs 3. rss Go back to igoogle, on the google reader gadget click on the sign up on the new screen click “subscribe” in the pop up box type d. google viewer (by bas hennekam)1. add it2. click on the link3. copy text in box4. paste it into calendar box1. Click on the + sign next to the tab.2. In the new tab address bar enter the following: http://www.houltonhs.org3. Click again on the + sign next to last tab.4. In the address bar type in Open preferences and choose from the on start up menu: use the following pages and click “use current”6. Go to the default browser option and click “make google chrome my default browser”7. Your all set.
  5. 5. Forward All MSLN to G-mail
  6. 6. Making gmail contact group• Goto to gmail• Hit compose• In the to box type all the names of the people you want in the group• Highlight the list of names and copy them• Goto contacts• In the menu choose new group• Give the group a name• Find the name on the list of contacts• Hit add to contact and paste the list of names in the box• Now you can type the contact name in e-mails instead of individuals
  7. 7. Google Docs:• 1. Document - word processing document• 2. Presentation - Keynote, Powerpoint• 3. Spreadsheet - A simulated paper accounting sheet• 4. Form - A web based score card that sorts data automatically into a spreadsheet• 5. Drawing - A blank sheet that can be used like the old “paint” programs• 6. From a template - any of the above documents with some information already on them
  8. 8. Uploading Documents
  9. 9. Sharing• Just click on the sharing icon in the upper left hand corner of the document• Use e-mail address or groups to share with whomever
  10. 10. Forms• Don’t share• Send from spreadsheet
  11. 11. • Creating and Using TemplatesDefinition: A template would be the equivalent to any document you would create, photocopy and distribute tostudents. It could be a worksheet, graphic organizer, questionnaire, etc. By making it a template the“blank” or “clean” copy always exists in google space.1. Create or upload your document to your google documents.2. Find the document on your file list:3. Click on the box next to the document4. In the menu that appears after clicking the box (above the file list) choose more:5. From the more menu choose submit to template gallery6. A new page will open. Complete the description as detailed as possible. Choose one of the choices from the pull downcategory menu (none of them really fit, but one must be chosen). Using the templates1. Tell students to create a new google doc by clicking on the create box from their google docs.2. In the pull down menu choose from template.3. They will be taken to the Houlton Jr/Sr high template gallery.4. They should choose the template you want (this is where descriptions become important)5. Now they can edit their own copy of your worksheet.
  12. 12. Google Calendar• Similar to i-cal• Web based, not machine based so more accessible• Can subscribe to others calendars• More access via smart phone
  13. 13. Thanks Any Questions?• Please take a moment to complete the exit poll in your g-mail on this workshop