When you set a Google Document, Presentation, or Spreadsheet as “public” in the sharing menu it is available for anyone to find through a Google search. This can be a good thing. Millions of people are publicly sharing their Documents, Presentations, and Spreadsheets which in turn makes more more resources available to teachers and students. In the video that is embedded below I demonstrate how to search for publicly shared Google Documents, Presentations, and Spreadsheets.
Here are this week’s most popular posts from FreeTech4Teachers.com:
1. iStoryBooks Now Offers Premium Books for Free to Teachers
2. Canva for Education – Lesson Plans Incorporating Visuals Across the Curriculum
3. Simple Search Strategies Your Students May Be Overlooking
4. Five Common Mistakes Made When Starting a Classroom Blog
5. 5 Free Tools for Creating Whiteboard Videos
6. Text to Speech in Google Earth
7. TinyTap Introduces Challenge Mode for Building Games on iPads and Android Tablets
The first spring sections of my popular online courses Getting Going With GAFE and Blogs & Social Media for Teachers and School Leaders begin next week.
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