It’s that time of year again…sharing out random Google tips in a short fun manner. 10 Days of Google is here! However, this year, I am changing the way in which I am sharing out the information. I have decided to push myself and create my first canva website to showcase the information. Each day will ‘appear’ on its own page. Rather than create a blog post for each day, I will be posting twice – highlighting the first 5 days and the last 5 days.
That is a great question! The following are highlighted in the first round:
Day 1: Google Docs – Linking files with Smart Chips and formatting text
Day 2: YouTube – Auto-translating text to a different language – this is especially helpful for students whose first language is not English or World Language teacher wanting to show a video in a different language but want to have English subtitles
Day 3: Tables in Google Docs – Features available with tables in Google Docs
Day 4: Google Form – Customizing font, embedding links and sharing survey results once completing a google form
Day 5: Google Classroom – Good reminders for students (and teachers) – copy a direct link to a Google Classroom assignment details, figure out what must be completed, and using originality report with Google Classroom assignments
This year, I have been spending a lot of time exploring around with the features Canva has to offer. This project has been great for me to learn how Canva websites work. I look forward to creating more in the future.
If you have any questions or want to learn more about what has been highlighted, you know where to find me.