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David Malone (dwmalone)
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SFUSD: Executive Director of Technology & Innovation; Adjunct Faculty, Touro University; M.S.Ed: EdTech Leadership; Apple Distinguished Educator; Google Certified Innovator; Google Certified Administrator; Microsoft Innovative Educator; New Media Consortium K-12 Ambassador; Computer-Using Educators, Board of Directors
SFUSD: Executive Director of Technology & Innovation; Adjunct Faculty, Touro University; M.S.Ed: EdTech Leadership; Apple Distinguished Educator; Google Certified Innovator; Google Certified Administrator; Microsoft Innovative Educator; New Media Consortium K-12 Ambassador; Computer-Using Educators, Board of Directors

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Don't know. I think it's easier to have them navigate to admin.google.com or click on the gear from gmail page and select from drop down menu. 
I created an additional role for a teacher (Helpdesk). But when they access their apps icon, there is NO Admin icon for them.
Any ideas what might have gone wrong? I did this with other users successfully - so it could be operator error, but I don't think so.

Paul

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No. Make one photo at the top with all of the candidate's photos and names as captions. Can make it in Google Drawing, export as a PNG, and use that file in your form. 
Help! Is it possible to add photos as multiple choice answers in Google Forms? I'm creating a form for my elementary school to vote on Student Council Vice President, but I only know how to add the photos at the top and the choices at the bottom. Is it possible to add the names and photos as a choice together?

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David Malone (dwmalone) commented on a post on Blogger.
I posted this as a reply within another thread, but wanted to pose the question to everyone else:

Does anyone know whether this tool is limited to students with Google+ accounts? The look and feel of Google Class seems VERY close to that of G+ and I'm worried it's closely integrated and won't be an option for students under 13 years of age. Thoughts? Best guesses? Anyone know?

Unable to install scripts to Google Spreadsheets. Receive the following error:

"We're sorry, a server error occurred. Please wait a bit and try again."

I've been trying all day and with different accounts, but same error results. 

Anyone, anyone?

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If you haven't already and you were one of the fifty applicants accepted, submit your personal bio on this site so you can connect with others in your cohort.

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Last comment for #GTANY  attendees. Some of us are staying through the weekend. I lived in Manhattan when I attended culinary school there in 2004 and am more than willing to play tour guide to those interested. Just let me know. I could walk around that city for days and never get bored, so I'd be more than willing to join any groups staying through the weekend.

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If you're attending #GTANY and are a poor, struggling teacher like myself, The Jane Hotel in Manhattan is a reasonable option. A few of us are already staying there. Definitely check out the web site before booking. You should be aware that it's not a typical hotel. It's a lot more like a hostel. The decor is nice and it's not packed with backpackers or college kids, but it is no thrills. The rooms are tiny so look at the pictures on their site first. A few rooms have attached bathrooms but those will cost extra. Communal co-ed bathrooms don't bother me since I don't spend a lot of time in the bathroom. Like I said, it is a clean place which is hard to say about something in this price range. A single will run $140 per night, but that may be the difference between staying 2 nights or 4 nights, depending on your budget. For $140, you'll get a bed and television and not much else. But why would you want to spend a lot of time in your hotel room? It's NYC!!! Rooms also have free wi-fi. Or at least it did when I stayed there in 2010. The Jane is a 10 minute walk to Google. It might just be what you're looking for. If you do book a room, ask for one on the out side of the hotel because the ones facing the courtyard do get some undesirable noise and music from the night club below at night.

http://www.thejanenyc.com/
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