Google Meet joins Google Classroom

Google has been busy this past week. Besides renaming Hangouts Meet to Google Meet, Google has also added Google Meet to Google Classroom. What this means is that your classroom can now have a permanent virtual address that students can easily access. Adding the Google Meet address Visit your Google Classroom and click on the […]

Read More

Working with PDFs from students

Here are two options for dealing with PDFs from students. Commenting in Google Drive While you can’t annotate PDFs in Google Drive, you can comment on them. A student or teacher can add comments to PDFs completely in Google Drive without using any other software. Annotating PDFs in Xodo Students and staff can also write […]

Read More

Spice up your Google Slides with templates from Slides Carnival

Source: SlidesCarnival – Free Powerpoint templates for presentations, Google Slides themes and Canva templates Sure, Google Slides is pretty powerful, but it seems like Google Slides presentations start to look alike after awhile. So, spice up your presentations with SlidesCarnival! After navigating to SlidesCarnival, you can browse through the templates on the front page, or […]

Read More

Laptop users using the Google Drive app to sync

Posted on

The end of the Google Drive app used to sync your Google Drive folder on your laptop to the cloud is near. It will stop working on Saturday, May 12th. Google has a replacement, Google Drive File Stream, which I’ve already written about. We will be sending out directions this week on moving to Google […]

Read More

New look for Gmail is now available

Google is rolling out a new look for Gmail, with new features. Besides the new look, there are a few new features that make working in Gmail pretty awesome. Email snoozing Emails may now be snoozed until a later time. This will remove the email from your inbox and make it pop back up at […]

Read More