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How to Transfer Ownership of a Google Site

Transfer your personal Google site to the QC Google Apps for Education environment.
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G Suite for Education Drop-In Hours

Last fall the Center for Teaching & Learning hosted a series of workshops focusing on different Google Apps in G Suite for Education. This spring, we’re opening the faculty development lab for a limited number of drop-in hours during which you can talk to us about G Suite for Education. No appointment is necessary. Please consult our calendar for the scheduled hours:  
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How to claim your QC G Suite for Education account

With Google Apps for Education, you can create documents and websites, store and share files, create and share calendars, and much more. Get started by claiming your QC Google Apps account.
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Introduction to Google Forms

Expand your assessment toolkit: learn how to use Google Forms to create a self-paced quiz with logic branching.
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Wrestling the alligator: Blackboard Grade Center tips

We have been asked many times by our colleagues how one goes about dropping the lowest grade from a set of assignments, tests, and/or heterogeneous graded items. Since this process is simple, on one hand, and challenging -- in that it involves specific Blackboard knowledge -- on the other, we felt it might be a very helpful process to walk you through a solution to this goal.
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Saving time: The art of the shortcut

As the spring semester enters its late stages and many of us are feeling the pressure of our schedules, it is a good time to brush up on some keyboard techniques to improve efficiency and quality of life.
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A Quiz about the Syllabus?

Your beautiful syllabus spells out every detail, and you have gone over it in class. But still, here it comes, the endless litany of questions: "Prof, where is class meeting on Thursday?" "When's the midterm?," "Can I send you my homework by email?" "Do you give extra credit?" Your mailbox is overflowing, and you, well, you feel like pulling your hair out. Here is an idea your hairdresser will approve of: a mini-quiz
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Taking attendance

Submitting attendance rosters at the beginning of the semester is required for all courses offered at Queens College. Learn why this requirement is in place, and read about some of the ways that you can make taking attendance more efficient and maybe even more fun.
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