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Category Archives: Google Apps
Do you need a way for your students to see when you’re available for one to one support and to book appointments with you? You can do this using the Google Calendar appointment slots. Here’s how it works You set … Continue reading
You probably know that you can make a quiz using Google Forms but did you know that you can give students differentiated feedback based on how they answer the questions? Take this quick quiz about Shakespeare plays a couple of … Continue reading
Encourage your students to be more creative with technology We have created a variety of items which you can copy onto any SBS Blackboard site to encourage and enable students to teach themselves different technological skills. Students may want to … Continue reading
Want to give someone access to a folder or document for a time-limited period? Want to create a shared folder with students for assessment, with the ability to turn off access after submission deadline automatically? This Google Script may just … Continue reading
What are they? QR codes are like a online barcode that consists of a mix of squares, which act as a link to a webpage. These codes can be scanned via smart devices and the person scanning the code will … Continue reading
We were asked if it was possible to import data from a Google Sheet in to a webpage that would allow the user to sort the data. The idea was that staff could go on to the webpage, check their data, email … Continue reading
Google Maps can be used to plot data graphically. Custom maps can be created and data inputted to show the locations of organisations/information. Data collected via a Google Form and stored in a Google Spreadsheet can be used to populate … Continue reading
A Google Spreadsheet is a great alternative to Excel. it is also cross compatible . You can copy data out of excel and add it in to a spreadsheet and you can also download a Google Spreadsheet as an .xlsx file. … Continue reading
The elearningatSHU blog, has published a post about a very significant development at SHU with respect to staff access to the Google Apps suite of services. You can read all about it here: http://elearningatshu.wordpress.com/2013/09/30/introducing-google-apps/