#GivingTuesday Tech Tips

Buckhorn High School

You may have heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. There's another day you might want to know about: Giving Tuesday. The idea is pretty straightforward. On the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, shoppers take a break from their gift-buying and donate what they can to charity.


So, today, all Madison County TIMS are sharing technology tips with our faculties! You can find LOTS of tech tips today on Twitter using #MadCoTIMSGive!


I also wanted to send you these helpful Google Drive & Chrome tips!

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Google Drive Tips for Teachers:

1- Save images to Google Drive
There is a handy way to save images you come across in websites to your Google Drive. Installing the "save to Google Drive" chrome extension will enable you to save images through right clicking and choosing "save to Google Drive" then selecting "save link to Google Drive" or" save image to Google Drive".




2- Attach files from Google Drive to Gmail
One of the best things about Google Drive is that it is automatically linked to other Google services like Google Plus and Gmail. Users now can attach files right from their Google Drive to Gmail emails by simply clicking on "insert files using Google Drive " button. This technique is better than the traditional way of uploading files to emails because it does not require any file size limit because a link is generated for the email receiver to download.

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Teachers' Ultimate Guide to Google Drive

Take A Tour!

Here's a great interactive tour on Google Drive made by Google . This visual guide will help you better understand the different features of Google Drive. Click on the link above to access the original interactive graphic.
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4 Chrome Extensions that Allow Users to Quickly to Save to Drive

1- Save to Google drive

This extension allow you to save web content directly to Google Drive through a browser action or context menu. You can save links to documents, images, and HTML5 audio and video all by right clicking and selecting 'Save to Google Drive'.


2- Send to Google Drive

Allows you to upload a pdf version of the current page to your Google Drive using the pdfcrowd service. It also makes it easy to save a web page to your Google Drive


3- Save Text to Google Drive
The Save Text to Google Drive Chrome extension helps you save web text content to your Google Drive.


4- Gmail Attachments to Drive
Save those pesky Gmail attachments directly to Google Drive from the attachment list itself with a newly added Save To Drive link.

Paige Craig, Buckhorn High School

Technology Integration Mentor &

Library-Media Specialist