Skip to main content

Home/ Google in Education/ Group items matching "sites" in title, tags, annotations or url

Group items matching
in title, tags, annotations or url

Sort By: Relevance | Date Filter: All | Bookmarks | Topics Simple Middle
Cheri Henry

Post New & Updated Teacher Discounts Daily - 1 views

  •  
    Just posted a new discount for all things custom including stationery, invitations, monogrammed gifts and more! It's a great site with great customer service.
Kyle Pace

Google Apps Resources - 45 views

  •  
    General, Docs, Sites, Calendar, Earth, and SketchUp resources for teachers.
Kathy Malsbenden

Search Education - Google - 25 views

  •  
    Web search can be a remarkable tool for students, and a bit of instruction in how to search for academic sources will help your students become critical thinkers and independent learners. With the materials on this site, you can help your students become skilled searchers- whether they're just starting out with search, or ready for more advanced training.
Bruce Lemieux

Google's Apps for Education and the New Privacy Policy -- Campus Technology - 1 views

  •  
    In late January when Google announced that it was replacing 60 different privacy policies across its multiple sites and services with a single one, you might have thought Congress had taken up SOPA and PIPA again.
Elizabeth McCarthy

Why Schools Are Turning to Google Chromebooks | EdTech Magazine - 24 views

  • the Chromebook is a unique class of personal computer that combines the functionality of a traditional notebook computer with the convenience of a pure-cloud client in a device the size of a netbook.
  • "They're easy to set up: Just press 'control, alt, e,' and they're ready for a student," Millin says. "And they're easy to administer. There's no worry about students downloading viruses or unwanted software. Plus, the management console permits blacklisting sites or apps and enables pushing specific apps to specific devices."
  • "We found that the Chromebook's more reliable operation significantly reduced time lost in the classroom due to PC downtime, help desk calls and operating system maintenance,"
  • ...4 more annotations...
  • As long as students have Google ­accounts, she says, "they can use a Chromebook, a lab PC or even the smartphone in their pocket."
  • Update Wi-Fi access. "Have sufficient bandwidth to keep your students from getting frustrated,"
  • Commit to Google Apps for Education.
  • Train teachers up front.
Pavlína Hublová

Google Hangouts Guide for Teachers - 26 views

  •  
    "Google Hangouts is Google's free video-conferencing tool that is available for teachers to use as part of Google Apps for Education."
David McGavock

Google Plus Best Practices | Social Media Today - 17 views

  • Here are the 10 top mistakes on Google+. 
  • Set up a business page if you using Google+ for your company.
  • include your business keywords in your tagline and introduction.
  • ...20 more annotations...
  • nclude all your other social site links.
  • Include your website, and location
  • get creative and make your cover image something to talk about.
  • generate Circles for in-store customers; online customers; partners; industry leaders; business friends; coworkers; etc.
  • Make sure you use them. And then, make sure you use them well.
  • Write targeted updates to send out to targeted groups
  • Using Circles can extend the life of your updates (and blog posts), and can your them to resonate better with each of your segmented connections.
  • Don’t post your update to them AND send them an email to notify those in your Circle about your recent post:
  • The email option lets you make sure an important post will reach the Circles you need it to (like to customers, if you’re posting about a social contest marketing campaign, for example).
  • But don’t overuse this function! It’s particularly annoying if your Circles have not asked you for continual updates! It’s spam.
  • People do not like to hangout with people who only talk about themselves.
  • 80% of your posts should be about lifestyle, customers and stuff other than you; 20% should be about you and your products.
  • Another big no-no is not addressing negative comments on your posts. Bad comments will happen. It’s an open forum, and not everyone is going to agree with you, or even like what you do.
  • judge how to respond to comments on your updates.
  • If it’s an inappropriate comment - delete it, but I’d try to tell the commenter first - not doing so can lead to even more PR problems for you...)
  • Find communities that suit your business niche, and join them.
  • join a few business-related ones - start to network, and you never really know where those connections will lead you.
  • Engage, share others’ posts, comment. Treat Communities like a networking breakfast, or trade show. These can be your customers! Give them respect and interest, and they will likely reciprocate!
  • Do not post a link - and not include at least a brief comment!
  • Make sure your product pages, blog post pages, website and other other relevant landing pages have an easy to click G +1 button!
  •  
    Good tips for using google+
« First ‹ Previous 181 - 200 of 208 Next ›
Showing 20 items per page