From Alice Keeler - This is an updated writing journal from my previous blog post. Taking advantage of the new outline tool in Google Docs by including headers within the document. This makes it easy to jump to the current journal entry of a student. Unlike the table of contents, the outline in the left margin of the screen updates automatically.
The Office Compatibility Mode extension in Chrome allows people to view and edit Microsoft® Office files in Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides. Based on feedback, we’ve added a new feature that makes it simpler to use those edited files on the web.
From Richard Byrne - "The transition from Word or Pages to Google Documents often prompts a lot of questions about formatting settings. In the video embedded below I address three formatting questions that I am frequently asked about in my email and in my workshops."
From Richard Byrne - Searching by file type and searching by domains is a great way for students to refine their Google searches - i.e. site:docs.google.com
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