Join Aaron Quigley for an in-depth discussion in this video Publishing your website, part of Google Apps for Educators.
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…Once you feel that your website's at a place where it's ready to…viewed by the larger public, you can go ahead and publish your site.…Publishing your Google site is as simple as changing it's sharing status.…To access this we can go ahead and click on…the blue share button in the upper right hand corner.…As of right now, it's a private site.…Meaning only people that I've granted explicit permission, can…view, as well as make edits to the site.…At this point what I'd like to do is go ahead and open up this site so that other…people can see it.…I don't want to give access for everyone to edit it, however.…I only want people inside my community as well…as my institution to be able to view the site.…
The editing of the site is still going to…be locked to the teachers as well as myself.…To do that, I'm going to come to the top level sharing…item, which is currently set to Private, here I'm going to click Change.…Now the visibility options are actually listed from…the least restrictive down to the most restrictive.…
- What is Google Apps for Education?
- Creating a Google account
- Verifying the domain name
- Configuring Gmail
- Archiving school communication
- Adding office hours to calendars
- Centralizing school documents
- Collaborating with Google Docs
- Creating a Google site
- Adding educational apps