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Google Supports Sign-In to Multiple Accounts

Cliff Mims tweeted something a few days ago that I retweeted to my followers: Google has a new login page that makes multiple sign-ins easier to manage. I decided to dig around a bit and figure things out for myself! This is huge news for me as both a GMail user and a Google Apps for Education user. I went… Read more »

Google Wrap Up

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Hi friends! It’s been a few weeks since I blogged about the Google Education Summit at Wisconsin Lutheran College. The week went well, and my brain is still reeling from all the information we stuffed in during that week. My biggest takeaway will be using the suite of Google tools in my classroom. ¬†Right now, I’m planning to have my… Read more »

Google Education Summit at Wisconsin Lutheran College #GoogleEduSummit

This week, I’m going Google! I will be spending the majority of my working hours learning about all things Google: Drive, Apps for Education, Talk, Voice, Podcasting, Digital Readers and Publishing, Animations… and most importantly, Chromebooks!! I’m really excited to have the newest Chromebook to use while I’m here — it’s making it so easy to follow everything. There are… Read more »

Chromebooks and 1:1 Computing

This past week, I had the privilege of attending two different events related to Chromebooks in the classroom. Last Saturday was “Super Saturday,” at the Intermediate School in Merton, WI. Julie Reuter¬†(@jgbluedevil) put together a GREAT site on how to use Web 2.o tools and Chromebooks in her blended classroom. She talked extensively on how they came to replace their… Read more »