If you get the dreaded 404.
- Click on your sign in status in the top right.
- Click sign in again
You need to be signed in to your GranteSD account in order for the bulletin to appear!
If you get the dreaded 404.
IMHO Google's Arts and Culture "app" and website are very underutilized. Every time I go there I think... I need to use this more often...
So here is how to go there more often. Install the Extension!
Once installed it loads some artwork when you open a new tab! Sadly it does not also load Google search so from there you have to click a "bookmark", type in the URL, use your "top sites", or apps. Those are the options you can find buy exploring the extension options.
Clicking on the bottom left (info about the art) takes you to all the information about the piece. Including seeing the artwork on location via Street View. Pretty cool.
And of course at the top left keep exploring "Google Arts & Culture"
Google has changed where the restrictions are in forms. By default users OUTSIDE of @granitesd will NOT be able to view your form. This makes sense for child privacy reasons. IF you want other people in the world (such as parents, or community members) to access your form you must UNCHECK the "Restrict to users..." button in the form "Settings." This function used to be accessible when you shared the link. Not anymore!
Installing Google Drive on your PC
Q. Why would you want to do that?
A. So you do not have to go to your Google Drive in a browser to get to your files.*
A. It is easier to save files to your G drive that way. Instead of saving to your C:Drive or My Documents you can save to your G:Drive and have access to that file on all your devices.*
*1 - If you open a document from your G:Drive... It still takes you to a web browser and your Google Drive!
*2 - Of course you can do the same thing with your OneDrive account.
Personally? - I have it installed - BUT don't use it. It just seems like another link in the chain that could break. I also have more than one Google account. And it will take up quite a bit of space on my PC's. I am okay with accessing/seeing my files in a browser. BUT I could see advantages to it if you want it installed. Watch the video below to learn how.
It is always fun (and scary) to see what people “believe/repost” and get sucked in to believing is true. Please always check things out first! https://rumors.newslit.org/
Below is a nice graphic from a Pennsylvania College library! Or of course you could use your own schools page!
I did not created this but here are some ideas on how to use Nearpod. Please open it full screen and view at your own pace.
... and NOT see all the student files!
This may not seem like that big of a deal to most. But when you have 150 students and 10 assignments (at least) that turns into 150 x 10 or
Is a website that stores files. Go to Google.com and sign in. You can sign in using different browsers or apps.
Is software that can store specific and personal information. Go to settings/people. Use "Manage People" to log in with a second profile