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Google Apps has been embraced by millions of schools and campuses, but is your classroom getting the most from it? Join educator Aaron Quigley as he shows K–12 teachers how to use Google Apps for Education to streamline communication, save time, and increase content mastery. Administrators can learn how to set up Apps for Education, verify your domain name, and add users, while teachers learn how to sort personal from school email, set up email signatures, add events to calendars, and create lesson plans with Google Drive. Administrators and teachers alike can learn how to set up custom Google sites for collaboration with parents and students, and extend Google Apps with apps like YouTube and Google Scholar.
Thank you for joining me in Google Apps for Education. I hope this course has given you some advanced tips and tricks that you can use in your classroom and as you start integrating Google Apps for Education into your instruction. As you move forward, I highly encourage you check out the lynda.com teacher tips every single Monday. The teacher tips are free the first week they come out. So if you have educational friends that are not lynda.com members, they can still log on and view the most recent teacher tip. If you need to refresh any of your Google App skills, please check out our individualized essential trainings. There's essential trainings for each one of the Google Apps. So, for example, if you need to dive in deeper with Gmail, you can go ahead and check out the Gmail Essential Training's course.
And finally, please feel free to follow me on Twitter @aaronquigley. Here I'll keep you up-to-date on the latest educational technology trends, as well as new courses coming out here on lynda.com.
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