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Discover how to use Google Apps to become more productive in class and after school. In this course, author and educator Aaron Quigley shows students how to work with Gmail, Google Calendar, and Drive to communicate and collaborate with classmates, become more organized, and save time. Learn how to manage school and personal email, back up your assignments, create a class website, and connect with others on Google+. Teachers can also use this course to get tips to help their students succeed inside and outside the classroom.
Thank you for joining me in this course, Google Apps for Students. As you move forward, I highly encourage you to learn something new. If your school or institution has given you access to lynda.com, then please take the time to check out a variety of courses that may or may not even be relevant to your area of study. It doesn't matter what your major is. Learning how to make a basic WordPress site or how to use Adobe Photoshop can be a powerful tool and can even be the difference in getting the internship that you're seeking after. You can also take the time to refresh your Google Apps skills with the lynda.com Google App Essential Trainings.
There are Essential Trainings for all the Google applications, so you can dive deeper into a specific application, such as Gmail, Drive, or Sites. Also teachers, please be sure to check out the lynda.com weekly teacher tips. Every Monday, we release a new tip to keep you up to date in the latest educational trends and the latest educational technology. Also, please feel free to follow me on Twitter @aaronquigley. Here, I post tips and tricks for educators as well as to keep you updated on the latest educational courses coming out on lynda.com
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