What to Expect at the 2019 New Hampshire Google EDU Summit

We hope you can join us this July 23, 24 and 25, 2019 in a series of Google for Education training events in Exeter, New Hampshire. You can opt to attend the Tuesday event only (certification bootcamps), summit only, or all 3 days! We have some truly world-class keynote speakers and presenters flying in from across the US just for the summit!

Check out these video messages by some of our awesome speakers to get an idea of what’s ahead or check the entire session line up on the summit website.



Catherine Breese: Creating with Chromebooks

Catherine’s session will attempt to answer the question How can I use the Chromebooks as a creative tool?  Learn a number of ideas for how students can use Chromebooks to invent, experiment, express, collaborate, and think critically and analytically.

Deb Boisvert: Visual Literacy with Data & Infographic Essays and Where are You Going? My Maps and More Google Goodness.

Incorporating relevant location into a variety of areas of study strengthens students’ understanding of content and their place in the world. Learn how to use My Maps and a variety of Google tools to enhance learning with Deb.

Chris Johnstone: App smash Google Drawings and Tinkercad! Beginner and intermediate Drawings users welcome!

Google Drawings is a user-friendly canvas for brainstorming, designing and customizing visual ideas. Turn your two-dimensional ideas into three-dimensional designs with Chris.

All AppsEvents summits have some specific learning pathways that go beyond G Suite for attendees who want to take deeper dives into specific subjects or job roles.

Remember though that all sessions are ‘open access’ so attendees can choose individual sessions depending on their areas of interest and many choose last minute depending on the conversations they have on the day.

See you there!

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