If you need help when working with G Suite Education Resources, click on the G Suite Training icon near the top right of the computer screen. G Suite Training consists of searchable interactive video resources and tutorials to support teachers and students.
If you do not see the G Suite Training Symbol, make sure you are signed into Chrome and then add the G Suite Training Extension. Not all Google products have dedicated G Suite Training videos, but more are being added each day.
Google for Education Training Center - Whether you're looking to learn one new thing or to start the path to Google mastery, the Google training center has you covered. The training center helps educators explore how sound pedagogy connects to G Suite for Education.
Google Drive Organization and Sharing Video Tutorials
The links below will open an interactive video in Google Drive specific to the topic in a new window. You should be signed into Chrome before clicking on the link. The videos may take a moment to load. Patience can be a virtue.
Google Drive Essential Resources and Video Tutorials
The links below will open training resources connected to the different tools that are part of Google Drive.
Google Drive Essentials - Take time to organize your Google Drive. Use this document as a guide for some basic Google Drive essentials for productivity and organization. Did you know that you can have the same document in multiple folders? Learn this and more in this tutorial.
Google Docs - Create a new document and collaborate with others in real time -- from a computer, phone or tablet. Get stuff done with or without an internet connection. Learn more about Google Docs by exploring this G Suite Training Interactive - Docs Essential Overview.
Google Slides - Create a new presentation and edit with others in real time. Get stuff done with or without an internet connection. Learn more about Google Slides by exploring this G Suite Training Interactive - Slides Essential Overview.
Google Forms - You can plan events, make a survey or poll, give students a quiz, or collect other information in an easy, streamlined way with Google Forms. Learn more about Google Forms by exploring this G Suite Training Interactive - Introduction to Forms. Google has also released Tuesday Google Form Tips for Teachers with a new tip every Tuesday.
Google Sheets - Create a new spreadsheet and edit with others in real time -- from your computer, phone or tablet. Get stuff done with or without an internet connection. Lean more about Google Sheets by exploring this G Suite Training Interactive - Sheets Essential Overview.
Google Drawing - Add some color to your documents, presentations, and websites with easy to create charts and diagrams. Google Drawings works as a stand alone application or as a creation tool in Google Documents and Slides. Learn more about Google Drawings using the searchable help in the menu of Google Drawings. (Google Drawings is not currently connected to the G Suite Training.)
Google Drive Apps - Apps for creating, accessing, and working with files stored in Google Drive. There are drive apps for editing and viewing documents, spreadsheets, presentations, pictures and more. Learn about installing, managing, and finding recommended Apps in this tutorial - Google Drive Apps Tutorial.
Google Drive Add-ons - Add-ons are found in the menus of Google Documents, Google Sheets, and Google Forms. These add-ons add addtional functionality to G Suite for Education. Learn about installing, managing, and finding recommended Add-ons in this tutorial - Google Drive Add-ons Tutorial.