|Name||Google Sites: Connecting Resources|
|Time||08:30 AM - 11:30 AM|
A website is used to disseminate information providing easy 24/7 access. This workshop is designed to illustrate how to build a web site to showcase resources for academic or professional purposes.
A continuation of Google Sites Series, this workshop will revisit a few basic features and then dive into intermediate and advanced Google site-building functions. Themes, pages, adding resources as well as layouts and design principals will be revisited and discussed. The main focus will be adding resources: from other sites, Google Drive, attaching files, and embeds. Participants will have a basic working web site to use a resource guide or repository for their class if they choose to follow along with the hands-on activities.
Homework may be assigned at the end of the session.
An OTAN Certificate of Attendance will be awarded to those that have pre-registered and attend at least 75% of the scheduled time.
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OTAN workshops may be requested, customized, and scheduled by qualifying adult education agencies for their staff as targeted professional development.
OTAN workshops may be conducted as a "hands-on”, where participants are asked to provide their own devices, as “presentations” where a product or ideas are introduced, or as a discussion where all are encouraged to participate in a conversation around a specific idea or topic.
The desired outcome of every OTAN workshop is that participants will have a working understanding of the application or topics discussed and modeled.
For more information about this or other OTAN workshops and training options, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Location||Rowland Adult and Community Education|
2100 Lerona Ave. Rowland Heights, CA 91748
This class is offered as an inservice training for the hosting agency only. Contact OTAN Support to get this training offered at your agency!