Clean That Screen!
With some schools hosting in-person classes, safety and sanitation are a top priority. Along with keeping the hallways squeaky clean, we cannot forget that our in-class technology can be a hotbed for germs and bacteria.
What are the best products you can use to clean your screens and keep germs from spreading? S3 Technologies has the answers! Here is what our research uncovered.
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Start Your School Year with Google Meet!
As you gear up for the school year, Google Meet has your remote learning covered! It has a simple integration with Google Classroom and can hold up to 250 participants, with the ability to record footage directly to Google Drive...you can't beat it.
This is typically a paid service, but Google has given free access to the service through September 30th, 2020 due to the pandemic. Remote learning right through Google has never been easier.
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Fun with Google Sites!
In this age of modern technology, social media, and other websites have become the main source of information. Whether you happen to be looking for news, entertainment, or research, chances are that you can find it on a site. Creating and maintaining a website can seem like a daunting task, but as with most things, Google has found a simple solution in the form of Google Sites.
Google Sites is a free Google application that can be used by anyone to create simple website and wikis. Just like the other apps in your GSuite (Docs, Sheets, Slides, etc.), Google Sites highly encourages collaboration and can be shared with countless potential editors. The project and presentation possibilities are endless, so let’s get started!
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Stay Connected With Google Meet!
While zoom seems to have taken the teaching world by storm, g-suite by google has another option for meeting with students over video. Google hangouts became google’s chat feature in 2013. The ability to use video was added with the creation of google meet.
This is typically a paid service, but google has given free access to the service through September 30th, 2020 due to the pandemic. Remote learning right through google has never been easier!
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