Jul 19

3 Steps to Create Podcasts With Google Hangouts On Air

By:Ryan Hanley

hangs“Are you thinking of starting a podcast?Have you considered using Google Hangouts On Air?Your podcasts don’t have to stop with basic audio files. Google Hangouts On Air offer ways to create audio, video and better SEO.

In this article you’ll discover how to create more dynamic podcasts using the built-in features of Google Hangouts On Air.

Why Podcasts With Google Hangouts On Air?

Traditionally, interview-based podcasts are done via Skype using either eCamm’s Skype Call Recorder on a Mac or Pamela for Skype on a PC. Both are stable programs with good sound quality and the option to record video. These tools work just fine, but what if you could up your game?” To read further please click here: http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/create-podcasts-with-google-hangouts-on-air/

Jul 18

This is How to Use Google Drive with Edmodo to Share Docs and Assignments with Students

By:Med Kharbach

googledriv“During a workshop I facilitated today in university, I was surprised to find out that several teachers did not know that Google Drive is integrated with Edmodo so I thought to write about it here , probably some of you don’t know about it either. The integration of Google Drive with Edmodo allows you to sync the content of your Drive with your Edmodo library so you can easily access and share your docs, files and folders with your Edmodo groups.

Here are three ways you can benefit from this integration:

1- Share:
Sync your Google Docs to your Edmodo library and easily share them with your groups or other Edmodo connections. You can also add your Google Docs to shared folders.”

To read further please click here:http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2014/07/this-is-how-to-use-google-drive-with.html

Jul 13

Google Forms

By:Brent Coley

googformsA Google form is a free, easy-to-create, yet incredibly powerful tool to gather information and solicit feedback from students, parents, and teachers. There are numerous ways Google forms can be used in education. For example, in the classroom a form can be used to solicit feedback from students on the night’s homework. Students can complete a short form at home letting the teacher know what parts of the homework they had difficulty with, enabling the teacher to better prepare to meet the needs of students during the next day’s lesson. Administrators can use Google forms and an iPad to easily record their observations during informal classroom walkthroughs.

If you’re not already familiar with this amazing tool, please take a moment to watch the videos below. You’ll be ready to create your own Google forms in no time! ” To read further please click here:  http://www.brentcoley.com/video-tutorials-google-forms.html