Re-posted from: http://googleappsupdates.blogspot.co.nz/2013/10/share-docs-slides-and-drawings-with.html
Share Docs, Slides and Drawings with people who do not have a Google Account
Posted: 07 Oct 2013 01:49 PM PDT
Google are making it easier to share Docs, Slides and Drawings with people who don’t have a Google Account. As a result of this change, files shared outside your domain to . . . → Read More: Share Docs, Slides and Drawings with people who do not have a Google Account
Claire Amos, Deputy Principal of Hobsonville Point Secondary School, needed to construct material for her High School re: Digital Citizenship and as she worked away on her own she realized that there was just no way she could achieve what she needed all on her own. What started out as a request to a few . . . → Read More: Defining Digital Citizenship – Google Docs & WikiEducator
We’ve prepared an instructional document that details the How’s and some Why’s of using Google+ and the Communities feature in your Paper. You can read all about how to create a UoW based Google+ Community (and what to do with it) right here.
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Upcoming WCEL Workshops The WCEL Team offer a range of workshops to enhance the use of eLearning and technology within the University. Our workshops have a digital literacy focus, which means we assist staff to work towards finding solutions independently.
Google Our GoogleApps workshops cover the communication tools available and how to . . . → Read More: WCEL Team Professional Development for June
Many of the new and incoming students this year will get a live IT Orientation presentation during the new student orientation programmes. However, if you missed my talk or want to find out more about some of the great web links that were highlight, the link to my Google presentation is now available. And . . . → Read More: IT Orientation presentation for new students in 2013
The Faculty of Education is continuing with its expansion of technology in our informal learning spaces for staff and students. goodthink, an internally developed collaborative work environment, works around a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) philosophy and enables anyone with a computer or mobile device to collaborate on a project with others . . . → Read More: New goodthink collaboration areas
Article originally posted on Mashable
Dropbox has begun to add a two-step verification for all its accounts, the file-hosting service announced on its forums.
The process, which is optional but recommended by Dropbox, “adds an extra layer of protection” to accounts by requiring users to submit a six-digit security code in addition to their passwords . . . → Read More: Dropbox two step authentication
With an ever increasing number of staff and students coming onto campus with laptops, netbooks, and wireless-capable smartphones and tablets, there is increasing recognition that cloud-based file management and storage is the easiest way for individuals to synchronise files across multiple devices or collaborate with others. Where previously USB memory drives and email attachments . . . → Read More: Cloud-based file storage and management