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Success Story“I was a little worried and skeptical to stray from using Microsoft Word because I had grown so used to it! However, I really think that Pages is a realistic and fantastic substitute for Microsoft Word. It was not difficult whatsoever after I learned how to use everything. I feel much more confident about using it in the future, and I would be more than willing to help guide the other English teachers in my building when the time comes.”
--Katelyn Bailey, HS Language Arts Teacher
Tag Archives: Google Drive
Pictures and videos tend to take up a lot of space on your iPad. Sometimes, this prevents you from installing apps or updating your operating system. Today’s tip will show you how to transfer those images and pictures to Google Drive in order to free up valuable space.
Using Google Drive on the iPad is a fantastic way to manage your files. Once you files are uploaded to Google Drive, you can access them from your computer, iPad, or smartphone. In addition, you can share your files with … Continue reading
Use any iOS device equipped with the Google Drive App to upload files right from your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch.
Did you know that all employees at Middletown automatically have a Google Drive account? Did you know that you can store files in Google Drive similar to how you store files in your H-Drive, except you can access your files … Continue reading
This week, I would like to share with you how to create a YouTube account and upload a video to it. This will allow you to create a video and share it easily with your students. Here are a few … Continue reading
Surveys are a great way to collect meaningful information from students, parents, staff, and community members. Here are a few ideas of how you can utilize surveys in your classroom: Collect beginning of the year student/parent information Allow students to electronically … Continue reading
Google Drive – Converting File Types
Google Drive – Shared Folders
Google Drive – Contacts