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Google.Chat – disrupter

Why have I / we not heard more about Google.Chat? Well, it is not part of the personal / free Google account that most of have experienced. However, Google for Education (or any business account) comes with Google.Chat and it has completely disrupted the way I work within G Suite. With Meet and Chat recently…
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17 Jun ’20 0

G Suite – a movable feast

The oldest file in my personal Google Drive is from 2008. Since then I have dipped in and out of Gmail and G Suite – mainly for collaborative purposes and for collecting information via the great Google Forms. More recently, I moved to working in an Google Education environment and I would not look back.…
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13 Jun ’20 0

? the hidden Gem of G Suite

This is a short post for school leaders and Cloud change agents and those considering the opportunities of cloud working about the power of getting unstuck. Lockdown has changed the way that society views remote working. In turn, remote working has thrust video conferencing wars into the mainstream and cloud working out of the shadows…
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13 Jun ’20 0

Google smorgasbord

The top three recommendations, I think may surprise you. These start at the root of your Google experience. Your account. My account Account management Let’s get at the root of your Google Account setting (personal). Know what information is visible. Check through your the security settings and verification and recovery methods. For the time you…
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30 May ’20 0

G suite and Chromebook

Blended (face-to-face and online learning) and distance learning (online) has been joined by the newest iteration, Remote learning (online and video conference). Circumstance has driven adaptation, adoption at speed, two years of digital transformation in two months, across sectors. One component of the Google infrastructure I had not explored fully was their hardware, which is…
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6 May ’20 0

Faster feedback – more with less

Workflow does not get as much attention as workload. Of course, smart workflow, reduces workload, both important considerations for teachers and learners. Feedback is a perennial thorny issue, often discussed from a viewpoint of workload. I am going to review feedback from a viewpoint of workflow and share some ideas, reduce your workload, supporting teachers…
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2 May ’20 0