If you only have View Only access to something on G Suite that you would like to edit. You can bypass this by going to the document (slide, sheet, whatever.) Clicking on file, and make a copy! Once you click on this you'll be prompted to change the name and location. Where do you want… Continue reading Bypass View Only Access on Google
Say you made a beautiful Google Drawing and it needs to go into your awesome Google Slide presentation! NEVER FEAR! It's super easy!! In your Google Drawing, go to file and click on Publish to the web. Then you will create a link! Copy that link and go to your Google Slide! Click on image!… Continue reading How to put a Google Drawing into Google Slides
Need to turn Google Slides into a self-transitioning presentation?? It's easy! When your presentation is complete go to file, publish to the web! Then you will see... You can select how long you would like each slide, and if you want the video to loop! AWESOME! The best part is once you publish it,… Continue reading How to turn Google Slides into a Video
So easy! Do you need to crop a photo in GoogleSlides? All you have to do is right click on the photo. Select "Crop" then drag the black corners or sides to make it the right size! You can also double click on the photo and get the crop lines as well! Easy cheesy!
If you've ever been interested in flipping your classroom, the easiest way to start is definitely with EdPuzzle! What is EdPuzzle you say? EdPuzzle is a website that allows you to take videos from the web (youtube, vimeo, khan academy, etc!) and edit them. You can stop them mid video and have students take a… Continue reading EdPuzzle is Flipping great!
Did you know you can see the revisions done in a Google App? Totally a necessity when we begin to let students work collaboratively. First click where it says "All changes saved in Drive." Then you will immediately see the revision history and who did what! Psst. You can also see if things were… Continue reading Did you know…
This is just a basic introduction to Google Slides. Nothing too too fancy. Let me know some fancy stuff you use with Google Slides!