The folks at Google have just added a new piece to the Format drop-down box in Google Docs. There is now a Capitalization option right in Google Docs without having an Add-on. In the toolbar, simply select Format > Capitalization and choose the option needed:
lowercase, to make all the letters in your selection lowercase
UPPERCASE, to capitalize all the letters in your selection
Title Case, to capitalize the first letter of each word in your selection
It’s that easy! So, instead of spending time focused upon formatting, you can do more creating, follow your inspirations more, and collaborate more.
Is your Bookmark Bar a little bit crowded? Do your bookmarks stretch out across your screen? Do you feel like the top of your screen is cluttered? Well, maybe you need to condense that Bookmark Bar a bit!
Right-click on the icon of your chosen Bookmark to get a pop-up box and select: Edit
Did you ever realize you had 27 tabs open in your Chrome browser and decide it was time to clean up a bit? Have you ever shut a tab and immediately realize that you needed to see something on that webpage? Did you close out a tab and realize you forgot to update something on that Google Document?
Haven’t we all closed a tab only to realize that we really did need to have it open for one reason or another? Don’t you feel frustrated when you closed out of that tab and suddenly realize you should have left it open? Well, I think we have all been there! This Google Tip has the answer to alleviate that frustration:
When you press Control+Shift+T, the browser tab you just closed will open like magic!
Now that you are an experienced user of your WCS Single Sign On Dashboard Powered by ClassLink, you might want to customize your dashboard a bit! One of the ways you can do that is to add apps that are available in the WCS App library. Here’s how!
Do you use video resources as a way for students to explore and learn new or new-to-them information? Sometimes just a short video clip can show so much more than we can ever tell students about a topic. So, let me recommend National Geographic’s YouTube resources. I dug a bit deeper after watching their tribute to John Glenn and watched footage that was first shown when I was a little girl not even in school, yet. There is an entire outer space series available for use with studying the moon or planets in our Solar System. Continue reading