Tag: #tip

How to access and organize Google Drive

I found this helpful document about accessing and organizing one’s Google Drive today. http://static.googleusercontent.com/media/www.google.com/en/us/support/enterprise/static/gapps/learningcenter/Google-Drive-Access-and-organize-your-files.pdf   Rhonda

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How to find OER images using Google Images

Using Google images to find pictures is easy, finding images that are available to use without restrictions can be more challenging. One easy way is to use the Search Tools within Google images. One of the tools is Usage Rights:

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How to Post a Blog Entry

For those of you, like me, who are new to posting on the blog, select the plus (+) sign at the top of the Tech Fellows site to create a post.  When you hover over the plus sign, several options

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How to Download Pictures From Your Cell Phone to Your Computer

Modern cell phones and smartphones enable you to do much more than just place voice calls; they let you browse the Web, send email and texts — even take high-resolution pictures. In fact, many smartphones have integrated cameras that take

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To day I learned how to add a discussion board button to you blackboard outline list. You go into you blackboard class you click on the + symbol on the top right band corner of the  list. It will give

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Tip: Adding Your Picture to Collaborate

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How to use Screencast-O-matic on a Mac

Oh Java, why u so sketchy? If you’re trying to use the Screencast-O-Matic screen recording software on a mac running OS X 10.6 or higher,  you’ll need to use either Firefox or Safari.  Chrome will not work, as it doesn’t support the needed

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