Guide to Activating Technology in Schools, How to Think Like a Troubleshooter, and More

Great resource links, tips, news, and updates shared by our Google+ community members from January 5 to 11, 2015.

Bringing learning online – a guide to activating technology in schools – googleforeducation.blogspot.com

Whether you’re an IT administrator at a school with connectivity issues, or a teacher helping your school get online for the first time, you know that activating technology involves careful planning and decision making. So Google put together a guide to bringing learning online based on the ideas of schools who have gone through the process. via +Suan Yeo

How to think like a troubleshooter support.google.com

We all want to solve any issue we encounter as quickly as possible. Here are some useful tips that you should always remember when you’re troubleshooting Google Apps or… just about anything else! H/T +Bill Selak 
Brief tutorial on how to use Yet Another Mail Merge Add on by +Allison Mollica

BPS EdTech: Chromebooks sites.google.com

A Chromebook resource guide for teachers put together by +Jennifer Scheffer

A Web Whiteboardawwapp.com

Simple and fast tool to draw and share. Great solution for sending notes to kids and they can then embed the work in their gDocs. Shared via +Chris McCaffrey

Flubaroo can now autograde your forms and sent the results back automaticallyplus.google.com

7 new languages added to the Easy Accents Google Docs add-onplus.google.com

New languages: Czech, Danish, Dutch, Esperanto, Finnish, Hungarian and Icelandic. H/T +Angie Sutherland

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