Free “Intro to Google Apps for Education” Webinars Now Available

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I continue to be amazed by the number of schools throughout North America that have “Gone Google.” This past week at the Annual Conference for Middle Level Education in Nashville, TN was no exception. Teachers from across the US stopped by to talk about their Google experience and to learn more about what tools were available to support them and their students.

Because of the continued growth of Google in classrooms I am offering two free “Intro to Google Apps for Education” webinars for anyone interested. I’ve included the description and registration details below. I hope to see you there!

Intro to Google Apps for Education Webinar

Thousands of schools and millions of students across North America are using Google Apps for Education to create, consume and collaborate on information every day. If that isn’t enough, as of September 2014 Chromebooks were the largest selling EDU device in the US, with almost 50% share of the market. These numbers suggest that Google’s presence in the classroom will only continue to grow as time goes on.

The purpose of this free webinar is to provide Google Apps for Education users with a basic overview of what “Going Google” means along with tips and tricks to make your Google Apps experience a positive one. While designed with those new to using Google Apps in mind, everyone should expect to pick up something new in this fast paced online session. Topics covered will include how to use Google Drive, Docs, Presentations, Extensions, Apps and more.

Session 1

Title: Intro to Google Apps for Education

Date: Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST

Session 2 (Repeat)

Title: Intro to Google Apps for Education

Date: Thursday, Dec 4, 2014

Time: 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EST

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.

Space is limited.

For Session 1 – Reserve your Webinar seat now at:

For Session 2 – Reserve your Webinar seat now at:

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About Jason Carroll

Jason first learned of Assistive Technology while working on his undergraduate degree where much of his spare time was spent assisting a regional education centre with basic technology needs. Amazed at how this technology could benefit so many students (particularly those he grew up with) he was hooked and immediately became an expert at the centre. After receiving his Masters, Jason returned to the coop to serve as a full time Assistive Technology Consultant serving over 200 schools in the central Kentucky Region.

Since this time, Jason has trained thousands on Assistive Technology and Universal Design for Learning concepts throughout the United States and beyond. His focus is on integrating research based practices into the work he does and helping others ensure that what they are doing works. He specialises in assisting people to bridge the gap between operation of technology and actual implementation. Jason is a published author, has taught Instructional Technology and Universal Design for Learning at the University level, and spends a significant amount of time on e-Learning and blended learning initiatives. He is a graduate of the Assistive Technology Applications Certificate Program (ATACP) from California State University at Northridge and holds a Masters in Business Administration.

Currently Jason serves as Product Marketing Manager for North America at Texthelp Inc. where he oversees new product launches and speaks nationally on a variety of Assistive Technology topics.

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