Weekly post #43 – 2021 in Search, copying pages in Google Sites, document approvals and new ways to work with tables in Google Docs

Google Documents Table

Google – Year In Search 2021 Google produces one of these videos every year. You can explore more trends from the year at https://yearinsearch.google. Copy a single page or subset of pages in Google Sites Google have added the ability for editors to copy a single page or subset of pages into a new site. … Read more

Weekly post #36 – ManageBac subject pages, Cursive, how does Google Search work and Mote updates

ManageBac subject pages

ManageBac subject pages ManageBac now has ‘subject pages’ for IB Diploma and MYP. Our new Subject Pages for IB Diploma and MYP provide searchable, dynamic, curated support, resources, ideas and unit plans to support IB teaching and learning. managebac.com/blog/subject-pages Subject Pages are accessible by Teachers from the Curriculum Tab via the Subject Centre Tile. Read … Read more

Weekly post #30 – New types of citations, edit history, Google Sheets keyboard shortcuts and searching for public Google Workspace files

Add Citation Source in Google Docs

Four things to check out this week. Richer information on the edit history of a Document You can now view richer information on the edit history of a particular range of content in Google Docs. Simply highlight and right-click on a range of text and select “Show Editors” from the dropdown menu. Here, you can … Read more

Using digital tools to create infographics to present data with ‘an agenda’

Nuclear data

This blog post was produced after a request by one of my colleagues about how to use digital tools to produce infographics. The students were to be asked to produce infographics that present data that is ‘true but skewed’ to support a certain point of view. Research the data to be presented Before the students … Read more

A journey through Search

Search

The following steps may help you guide students (or staff) through various search skills. Tip: ensure that you are all using the same Google domain – either google.co.uk or google.fr. Using google.com geographically localize to the Google domain of the country you are in. Search: hurricane – how many results are there? Search: hurricane katrina … Read more