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Does anyone use Google Apps for their meeting agendas such as School Board meetings?  If so, which products do you use?

Does anyone use Google Apps for their meeting agendas such as School Board meetings?  If so, which products do you use?

Does anyone use Google Apps for their meeting agendas such as School Board meetings?  If so, which products do you use?

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What is the minimum age for Google+ in a Google Apps for Education domain accounts?  I've read in some places that the minimum age is 13, but I received a Google Apps update email about Google+ profile provisioning yesterday that led to believe otherwise.

http://googleappsupdates.blogspot.com/

"After confirming that all people in the OU are older than 18 (and that no users under 18 will be added to the selected OU), Google+ profiles are then automatically created for all existing (and future) members of the OU."

Thank you!

As we get closer to exams week, I have some teachers and administrators inquiring about ways to use Google Apps during exams.  Right now, I'm working with the essential skills department at our high school to figure out a way to administer finals to students who require their tests to be read to them.

I know there's the "Chromevox" setting, but they don't like it.  We found an extension called "Read and Write" that they like a lot.  This is used with Google doc by going through the Drive.  The typical format is the teacher has the test as a Google Doc, which needs to be read to them, then they're filling out a scantron.  However, there are concerns about these students copying the documents and getting them to other students.  And unfortunately with Google docs, there's no way to disable someone from making copies or downloading a Google doc/form/etc that is shared with them.  [Note to Google: Please make this a share option!!]

My ideal would be an app that I can set up as a Single Session Kiosk on our Chromebooks.  This app would need to be set up like Google Drive where we can put all of the tests in there under a testing account (so they are not in any way connected to students' individual accounts).  And this app would need to be able to read the tests to the students.

Does anyone know of any apps like that or any other suggestions for me?

As we get closer to exams week, I have some teachers and administrators inquiring about ways to use Google Apps during exams.  Right now, I'm working with the essential skills department at our high school to figure out a way to administer finals to students who require their tests to be read to them.

I know there's the "Chromevox" setting, but they don't like it.  We found an extension called "Read and Write" that they like a lot.  This is used with Google doc by going through the Drive.  The typical format is the teacher has the test as a Google Doc, which needs to be read to them, then they're filling out a scantron.  However, there are concerns about these students copying the documents and getting them to other students.  And unfortunately with Google docs, there's no way to disable someone from making copies or downloading a Google doc/form/etc that is shared with them.  [Note to Google: Please make this a share option!!]

My ideal would be an app that I can set up as a Single Session Kiosk on our Chromebooks.  This app would need to be set up like Google Drive where we can put all of the tests in there under a testing account (so they are not in any way connected to students' individual accounts).  And this app would need to be able to read the tests to the students.

Does anyone know of any apps like that or any other suggestions for me?

As we get closer to exams week, I have some teachers and administrators inquiring about ways to use Google Apps during exams.  Right now, I'm working with the essential skills department at our high school to figure out a way to administer finals to students who require their tests to be read to them.

I know there's the "Chromevox" setting, but they don't like it.  We found an extension called "Read and Write" that they like a lot.  This is used with Google doc by going through the Drive.  The typical format is the teacher has the test as a Google Doc, which needs to be read to them, then they're filling out a scantron.  However, there are concerns about these students copying the documents and getting them to other students.  And unfortunately with Google docs, there's no way to disable someone from making copies or downloading a Google doc/form/etc that is shared with them.  [Note to Google: Please make this a share option!!]

My ideal would be an app that I can set up as a Single Session Kiosk on our Chromebooks.  This app would need to be set up like Google Drive where we can put all of the tests in there under a testing account (so they are not in any way connected to students' individual accounts).  And this app would need to be able to read the tests to the students.

Does anyone know of any apps like that or any other suggestions for me?

I'm trying to use the Google Edu Device Setup on a couple Android Tab 4's and Nexus 7's.  I keep getting the error "Error confirming domain as EDU Whitelisted" after selecting the activation method on the first screen. The Google account I am using is a Google Edu domain account, and I am a super administrator on this domain.  Any tips and suggestions are greatly appreciated!
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