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Practical Ed Tech Tip of the Week – Create Freehand Drawings in Google Slides

Google Slides, like most good programs, has a number of features that often go overlooked even though they’re in plain view. One of those features is the drawing tool that can be used to create freehand drawings on a slide in Google Slides. If you’ve never given it a try, take a look at the video embedded below to see how easy it is to create a freehand drawing in Google Slides.

For more tips like the one above, take a look at my YouTube playlists Practical Ed Tech Tips and Google Tutorials.

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