How to Create and Share a Playlist in YouTube

First create a YouTube Channel, directions here. Directions for creating a playlist Source: Support.google.com Start with a video you want in the playlist. Under the video, click Add to . Click Create new playlist. Enter a playlist name. Use the drop-down box to select your playlist’s privacy setting. If it’s private, people cant’ find it when they search […]

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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 use Air Drop to Transfer Files between Apple Devices

With AirDrop, you can wirelessly send photos, videos, websites, locations, and more to a nearby iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac. Turn on AirDrop iPad or iPhone Use Control Center to turn AirDrop on or off and control whom you can share content with. Swipe up from the bottom of your screen to open Control […]

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Google Apps: How to share files or folders

Google Sharing Basics Any type of file can be stored in Google Drive on your computer and online. Non-Google files like Word, Excel, or Powerpoint, can be shared from Google Drive, but the files can not be edited in Drive, either by the user or collaboratively. Microsoft files must be downloaded and edited in the corresponding application. To […]

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MyGPS Faculty: How to Copy or Share Topics

This tutorial will show how MyGPS Topics can be shared between teachers or a copy can be added to a Topics Bank. Topics can also be shared between different types of groups, for example, from a community group (e.g., all upper school teachers) to a class (academic group) or an advisory group. Please click here for 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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