Sharing a Google doc with a prompt to make a copy

Thank you to Erin Bas for this tip! One of Google’s greatest strengths is that collaborators can work on a document in real time. This can be a problem, however, if you want to provide a Google document to a class for individual or group work. Asking them to make a copy usually ends up […]

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How to Create your GPS Google Drive Account

All GPS students and employees have access to a GPS Google Apps account. If you are logging into your GPS Google Drive account for the first time, you will connect through MyGPS. For more information on Google Drive and G Suite for Education, click here. How to create your GPS Google Apps account Open Chrome. If you have a personal […]

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MyGPS Faculty: Adding & Grading Online Assignments

Accepting online assignment submissions will save you time, save paper, and avoid stacks of papers to grade. Give it a try and see! Please contact Elizabeth Resnick for additional information. Scroll to the bottom to print this article. For student directions for submitting files to a MyGPS assignment, click here. For a student view of the […]

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How to Export Video from an iPad or Mac to your GPS YouTube

All GPS employees and students have a Google Drive account that includes all Google Apps: Docs, Slides, Sheets, etc. YouTube is also included. If you have not connected to your GPS Google Drive account, follow the directions here. To create your own GPS YouTube channel and upload videos, click here. Export a video to YouTube from an […]

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MyGPS Students: How to Upload Files to an Assignment

Time to read: 2 minutes. Almost any type of file can be uploaded from your laptop or iPad to a MyGPS assignment created by your teacher. The teacher determines whether files and other media can be submitted online and how many files you can upload per assignment. These directions also work for student submission from the iPad. Students should […]

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Helpful Google Search Tips

1. Do you already have information on your topic? Before beginning your research, list things you already know about your topic. See if you have information in your textbook or notes. 2. Search inside a search result using “Command F.” If you feel like “it takes too long to read the whole page,” use the keyboard shortcut Command F (Mac) or […]

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