YouTube – How to Loop

It is so simple, just right-click on the video and select loop. MAC users, use 2 fingers to right-click. Works great when you post photos to YouTube for end of end of year presentations.  I use Movie Maker to make my slideshows, with just a couple of clicks.  Then I save my movie to my …

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Google Drive: Create a Shareable Link Between Student and Teacher

Sharing Google Drive files is fairly straight forward; however, there is a caveat for BV users.  You can't share between students and teachers with authentication (require that the user sign in) because students and teachers are in different domains (NET/ORG).  Staff can share with staff, and students can share with students (requiring authentication).  But students …

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Google Drive: Forms New Feature – Collect Files

I have been patiently waiting for this.  Google Forms has added a new feature that allows you to collect documents!  See this help site to learn more: https://sites.google.com/site/scriptsexamples/home/announcements/google-forms-file-upload-feature Caveat for BV users.  You can't share this with your students since they are in a different domain.  Staff can share with staff.  Here is an image that …

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o365: OneNote on MAC’s and Really ANY Device

With OneDrive for Business (a Microsoft Office 365 application), you can create and host your OneNote applications so that you have 24/7 access to them... from any device! So not only can you access it from a windows computer, but now you can access it from Apple and Android devices.  For example: Mac desktops, Mac …

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