Weekly post #27 – A digital decency manifesto, rich text in Classroom, breakout rooms in Meet and an audio tour in Google Arts & Culture

Four things to check out.

A digital decency manifesto

Do we need a digital decency manifesto?

Set up Google Meet breakout rooms via Google Calendar

It would seem that this is now available for our @ecolint.ch accounts.

Rich text in now available in Google Classroom

Alice Keeler is worth following for edtech ideas and updates.

Audio tour of an African and Japanese collection via Google Arts & Culture

The virtual exhibition space of Jean Pigozzi’s Pocket Gallery invites you to discover highlights from its African and Japanese collections  featuring 40 of its most important artworks ranging from renowned painter Chéri Samba to emerging new talent. These treasures are frequently lent to museums across the globe, but until now have never had a dedicated building of their own, making this Pocket Gallery a truly unique space.

A new audio guide for our Augmented Reality Galleries

Find the galleries in the Camera Tab of the free Google Arts & Culture app for Android and iOS and jump inside to explore each one from there.