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How to delete a Google Site if you no longer need the website active, or restore a deleted site

It's easy to delete a Google Site you've created, or restore a site you've deleted. Yiu Yu Hoi/Getty Images You can delete a Google Site in a few simple clicks.  Deleted Google Sites can be restored within 30 days. You can delete and restore both new and classic Google Sites. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Google Sites is an easy-to-use DIY website building tool.With templates for portfolios, projects, events and more, you can use Google Sites...
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How to create a Google Site and easily publish your own custom website

Google Sites makes it easy to create your own website. Westend61/Getty Images You can create a Google Site for personal or business use simply by heading to the Google Sites website. When you create your Google Site, you'll be offered templates to help you bring your site to life, even if you lack web-building skills. Before you publish the Google Site, you'll be asked to choose its URL, or input a URL that you already own. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. ...
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Cloud Covered: What was new with Google Cloud in October

Fall weather, pumpkin patches, and a socially distant Halloween greeted many of us here in the U.S. last month. On the collaboration front, we announced more features and a new home that puts all of your Google collaboration tools in one place. Here’s more on that, and other highlights you might have missed from Google Cloud in October. Say hello to Google Workspace: everything you need to get anything doneWork is transforming in all new ways: we’re more geographically distributed than ever befo...
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This year, teachers have gone the distance

This year, students have learned from everywhere. And even without the comforts and structure of their classrooms, educators have—like always—risen to the occasion to ensure that students keep learning, no matter where they are.As teachers adjusted to distance learning, so did our products. 50 new updates across Meet, Classroom and G Suite make it easy and safe for teachers to engage with students, and Teach from Anywhere is one place teachers can go to find all of our resources for distance lea...
Tags: Google, Education, Argentina, Finland, Jennifer, Jan, Roberto, Cynthia, Google Slides, Jennifer Scott, Cynthia Evers, Google Meet, Google Sites, John Vamvakitis, Minchul Shin South Korea Elementary School, Minchul


Google Sets Timeline For Deprecating 'Classic' Google Sites

Google has announced that its structured wiki- and webpage-creation tool "Google Sites," which it launched in 2008 after acquiring JotSpot, will be shutting down in 2021. 9to5Google reports: This morning an email was dispatched to "active" users of classic Sites detailing its retirement, which will take place over the next year. The email, which had the subject line "Migrate your classic sites to new Google Sites," headlined that the service will be fully shut down on September 1, 2021. To begin...
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How to Handle GET and POST HTTP Requests in Google Apps Script

With Google Apps Script, you can easily create a Web App that serves HTML, JSON, XML or plain text output using the HTML service. When your publish your Google Script project as a web app, the script gets a public URL (think API) that can be invoked from external applications using either HTTP GET or POST requests with query parameters and request body.When publishing the script as a web app, make sure to choose “Allow anonymous access” and execute the script as yourself. If you edit the script,...
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Great Books - A reading project that gives back

Like many people during the lockdown I was challenged to list ten books that I loved. Pft! That's like asking Giacomo Casanova to list the loves of his life! :p I listed the books that changed my life and one of the first of them was the Vol.8 of "The Book of Knowledge", the set of encyclopedias that we had at home when I was in primary school. (Wierd, I know) However it got me thinking about the Great Books of the Western World which I lusted after for years. A night's Googling (that was fun) ...
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Advice for educators learning to teach from home

It can be difficult enough to keep dozens of students engaged in a classroom; imagine doing it from your kitchen-turned office when your students are scattered across the city, dialing in from their homes.Educators are doing their best to take care of students who are learning remotely, but we also need to take care of educators themselves. Mette Jakobsen, Digital Learning Program Manager for schools in Aarhus, Denmark, and Stu Blackmore, Director of IT and Digital Learning at the British Intern...
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5 tips for effective distance learning during school closures

For the foreseeable future, most teachers will be teaching in front of a screen instead of a classroom. For educators who are new to distance learning, it can be challenging to know where to start. So we asked our Certified Innovators, a passionate community of Google for Education experts transforming education across the world, to share their best practices and strategies.  Continue live teaching online Marcello Baroni, high school, teacher of graphic design, Scuola d'Arte A. Fantoni Bergamo I...
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How Dutch educators use Chromebooks to transform classrooms

When I first moved to Amsterdam in 2014, there were a small number of passionate educators using Google tools to shape digital teaching and learning. Schools like Corlaer College, a secondary school in Nijkerk, were already working with Chromebooks at the time. Over the next few years, organizations like Corlaer invited others to learn from what they were doing. I saw educators sharing their stories and experiences with one another through communities like Google Educator Groups.Across these sch...
Tags: Google, Education, Chromebook, Netherlands, Amsterdam, New Zealand, Chromebooks, Google Classroom, ICT, Benelux, G Suite, G Suite for Education, Google Sites, G Suite Admin Console, Pierson College, Corlaer College


Using technology to support project-based learning

How can we reduce plastic in our oceans? In today’s classrooms, teachers use project-based learning (or PBL) so that students can come up with potential solutions to real-world problems like this. With PBL, students identify the problem, research a solution and support it with evidence—all while learning valuable skills they’ll use long after graduation. Brainstorming these dynamic solutions can be an exciting and creative challenge for young minds. Technology can help motivate and spark imagina...
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Using Google for Education tools to create community at Lundavra Primary

Editor’s note: Today’s post is by Harriet Ogilvie, a teacher at Lundavra Primary School in Fort William, Scotland. Harriet was one of the many teachers who recently joined us at BETT 2019 to share stories about using technology that engages students and transforms learning. Below, Harriet explains how she and other Lundavra teachers help students build communication skills and create online portfolios using G Suite for Education. At Lundavra Primary School, students and teachers encourage par...
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Over 251 Google Products & Services You Probably Don’t Know

First Published: July 24, 2009; Last Updated: Monday, December 24, 2018. Google may be a synonym for search, but it’s not restricted to that feature alone. If you are not a tech-savvy person then chances are that you are unaware about majority of Google’s products and services. Anyway, how many Google products and services do you use? The common answers will be Gmail, Google+, Drive, Docs, or an Image Search. But Google is well beyond that. Over 2.2 billion Google users. Over 1 billion YouTu...
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Google for Nonprofits: 2017 in review

Every year nonprofits worldwide work tirelessly to make a positive impact in their communities, and in a year where many people were looking to help, 2017 was no exception. We’re looking back to celebrate the nonprofits around the globe using Google tools to help in their philanthropic efforts. Here are some successes from last year—we hope they give you some ideas for how you can improve your nonprofit’s productivity and have even more impact in 2018. Unlocking G Suite for Nonprofits G Suite al...
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How Scheels uses Chrome to help its sales associates better serve customers

Editor’s Note: Today’s post is from Becky Torkelson, Computer Support Specialist Leader for Scheels, an employee-owned 27-store chain of sporting goods stores in the Midwest and West. Scheels uses Chrome browser and G Suite to help its 6,000 employees better serve customers and work together efficiently.Whether customers come to Scheels stores to buy running shoes, fishing rods or camping stoves, they talk to associates who know the products inside and out. We hire people who are experts in what...
Tags: Google, Microsoft Office, Ibm, Chromebooks, Midwest, Scheels, Google Cloud, Connected Workspaces, G Suite, Google Sites, G Suite Chrome, Becky Torkelson, West Scheels


A look at Team Drives in action at the California Academy of Sciences

Located in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, the California Academy of Sciences is an aquarium, planetarium, and natural history museum all wrapped into one. Attracting visitors from all over the world, the California Academy of Sciences aims to explore, explain, and sustain life on Earth. In addition to biodiversity research and conservation efforts, they offer a large variety of exhibits to educate visitors about wildlife, ecosystems, and the sustainability of our planet. The California Ac...
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Around the Globe - Improved Operations for Girl Scouts Japan

For this segment of G4NP Around the Globe, we’re highlighting Girl Scouts of Japan: a nonprofit that supports more than 30,000 young women across the country with its vibrant community and empowering programs. With such a large network of members, the nonprofit needed technology to effectively keep members updated on events, ensure personal information stays secure, and manage their Local Council’s communications. The suite of tools provided by Google for Nonprofits has allowed Girl Scouts of Ja...
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How to Add the Facebook Messenger Chat Widget in your Website

--> Facebook Messenger, with more than a billion monthly users. enables brands to have real-time one-on-one conversations with their customers. Businesses can also embed Facebook messenger buttons on their website and visitors, whether they have a pre-sales question or need to resolve an issue, can initiate a conversation with the simple click of a button. The only downside with embedded buttons is that visitors will have to exit your website to send a message through Facebook Messenger. Wouldn...
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Lab Write-Up Format - 7th Grade Science - Google Sites

Formal Lab Write Up Use the information provided to write a formal lab. The experimental data as well as the calculations have been done for you.
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Lowering barriers to technology adoption: three tips from City Schools of Decatur

Editor’s note: Schools are working with Google for Education Premier Partners to throw open their doors for the ExploreEDU event series, which invites neighboring educators to learn first-hand from their own experiences using Google tools. To see if there’s an event near you, visit the ExploreEDU site. Today’s guest author is Eston Melton, Director of Technology from City Schools of Decatur in Decatur, GA. The district hosted an event on February 22 at Google’s Atlanta office with their partner ...
Tags: Google, Education, Atlanta, Chromebooks, Google Classroom, Decatur, G Suite, Eston Melton, Google for Education Premier Partners, City Schools, Promevo At City Schools, G Suite for Education, Katie Meyer, Google Sites