Introduction to Google Hangouts – Professionals
Become an expert in how to use Google Hangouts which is a free videoconferencing service. Knowing how to use this invaluable tool can mean time savings and improved efficiencies for your business. Introduction to Google Hangouts is a one-hour, self-paced, online course. You will have access to Introduction to Google Hangouts for 30 days.
Introduction to Google Drive – Professionals
Google Drive “brings it all together” by sharing and synchronizing your files across multiple devices. This Introduction to Google Drive will give you the basics of what you need to know to do this. One-hour, self-paced and online you will have access to Introduction to Google Drive for 30 days.
Introduction to Google Docs – Professionals
This course will give participants an overview of the free digital tools associated with Google Drive and Google Docs. Participants will learn how to use Google Docs as a free cloud based content creation tool that is similar to Microsoft Word. Google Docs allows professionals to work collaboratively in real time from any location.
Introduction to Digital Storytelling – Professionals
Capture the essence of your business’ value proposition and your culture by becoming skilled in digital story telling. Introduction to Digital Storytelling is a self-paced, one-hour course. Access to Introduction to Digital Storytelling is for 30-days.
Introduction to Chromebooks – Professionals
Self-paced and online, the Introduction to Chromebooks is a one-hour course that will help you learn the basics of the Chromebook and how it can be used to get the most for your business. It’s different from traditional PCs and Macs which can be of benefit to how you and your employees work and get things done.
Smart Polling – Professionals
Polling can help your business in innumerable ways because it helps you “read the pulse” of your customers and employees which you need to engage for optimal performance. One-hour, self-paced and online, you will have access to Smart Polling for Business for 30 days.
Smart Polling – Students and Teachers
Improve your data collection with Poll Everywhere, a free polling service. In this course you’ll learn how to use this tool as an easy way to assess student learning. Ask smart polling questions with a variety of ways to collect answers: multiple choice, true/false, rank order, open-ended questions, and more. These polls can be distributed or embedded in a variety of ways, which will be presented in this Smart Polling course.
Introduction to Chromebooks – Students and Teachers
Chromebooks are making their way into students hands and the rapid changes can be nearly overwhelming. This course will introduce you, the teacher, to the basics of Chromebook and how to use it effectively in the classroom. Here you’ll learn what makes the Chromebook unique for student use, how to set one up, and applications available to you and students for a better learning experience.
Introduction to Digital Storytelling – Students and Teachers
e Digital Age brings about new ways of storytelling in the form of documentaries, blogs, and more. Introduction to Digital Storytelling will expose you to ways to use digital tools to create these computer-oriented narratives in a variety of academic areas. Here you’ll learn how to use WeVideo, a web-based video creation tool, to create lesson content and classroom projects that empower students to creatively engage with your lessons through video assignments.
Introduction to Google Docs – Students and Teachers
Learn how to use this free alternative to Microsoft Word. Introduction to Google Docs will instruct you on how to use this word processor as a free cloud-based content creation tool. Create, format, and share lesson plans, collaborate on documents with colleagues, or give students feedback in real time from any location. The pedagogical possibilities of Google Docs are as varied as your imagination, and this course guides you on how to get started.