Going Google Doc “Crazy?” Add some organization to your Google Docs:
Google Docs can get a little unorganized if you don’t say on top of your files and the files that you share with others. Here are a few tips on how to keep you, and others, from going Google Doc “Crazy.”
Tip 1: Create a folder structure for your personal Google Docs. Google Drive: Access and organize your files
Tip 2: Doc naming is very important! When choosing a name for a Google doc, be mindful of who you will be sharing it with, we are a multi-school District. Other departments or the District Office staff might be on the sharing list for that particular document.
– Ex. Creating a minutes document for an ACHS department meeting. The second is confusing when anyone else but the members of your department look back at the document at a later date.
This: (ACHS + Department Name + Date + Meeting Minutes) =
AHCS Fine Arts 8-30-15 Meeting Minutes
This: ( Date + Meeting Minutes ) =
8-30-15 Meeting Minutes
Our District now has wireless access similar to most coffee shops, airports and libraries. Search and connect to the CHSD117 wireless SSID and your web browser should pop up a window to register your personally owned device.
You get to use up to 2 personal devices in our facilities. We limit the number of devices so that all students and staff do not overload our wireless systems.
See the Quick Start Guide hereWireless Quick Start
Check out the latest “Did You Know?” from our District 117 tech department! This video should answer most general questions that are looming as we approach summer.
#Green4Green – National, a progressive office furniture company, will award your school or university some green to help green it up! Submit a personality-filled video by May 15th online explaining how you’d use a cash prize for an environmentally-friendly project. Winners will be selected by online voting, so vote for your favorite video starting June 2nd!
Check out the details here!
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