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Hello all, hope everyone has had a good break.

Our institution has just finished it's first year using G Suite and we're looking to create new Google Classrooms for all course areas ready for September.

However, various courses put a lot of their resources for the year in the About tab, so we're looking for the quickest and easiest way to copy these over to new Classrooms.

Any tips or ideas for locating these in Drive, maybe ideas of how we can bulk copy using Google Script Editor, would be most welcome.

Thanks!

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Agile is a technique more and more businesses look to when building software. So if you are creating a new web application then doesn't it make sense to consider using it?

In todays article I discuss building a web application using Agile techniques and also some advantages and disadvantages of it too!

https://www.logicroom.co/build-web-application-agile-techniques/

#web #application #softwaredevelopment #digital #agile

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Coding for Kids with Tynker - Game-based Learning #codingforkids #STEM #tynker

There is a revolution in the learning environment across the globe, and it’s set to empower young minds to create invaluable art, apps, and software. It’s fuelled by coding platforms like Tynker and MIT’s Scratch, that have lessons on coding for kids,…

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If you need a way to connect and collaborate remotely, try this free tool!

Anyone willing to share a simple "Get to Know Google" presentation for teachers just starting to use in their classroom with students? Most of the teachers have used on a small scale before and this will be the first time that students will have access, as well. Looking for some informative materials that will guide teachers to using these apps with their students! 
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