Twice last week John Stevens tipped me off to new developments in the Google Docs and Forms Add-on called g(Math). First, he alerted me when g(Math) began supporting handwritten responses in Forms and then he notified me when the same support arrived for Docs. In the videos embedded below you can learn how to use g(Math) for Google Forms and Google Docs to accept handwritten entries.
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- A new section of my online course Getting Going With GAFE is starting on this coming Tuesday, April 28th. Graduate credit is available. Click here for more information.
- On May 7th I will be in Gimli, Manitoba to speak at the Riding the Wave of Change conference.
- Only six seats are left for the Practical Ed Tech Summer Camp on July 13th and 14th.