Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Google Takeout Supplemental Training

On Wednesday, April 10 from 3:30-4:30, I will be hosting a Supplemental eTraining, teaching specifically on a tool called "Google Takeout." We will meet in my room, A202.

A bit on the actual training: Google Takeout is a tool that lets you quickly and easily download data that you created in (or imported into) a number of Google products. It provides the data in a variety of open, portable formats so that you can easily import the data into other internet services. In other words, it's a service that lets users take back their data from various Google services, including Buzz, Drive, Picasa, Profile, Stream, Voice, YouTube, as well as +1s, Circles, Connections and Streams in Google+.

Many of our students often leave our campus for another district, not to mention our Seniors who graduate, leaving behind their easy access to the data they created and stored within their Google account. Come get a quick tutorial on how these students (or you) can download and take back original data from a Google account and take it "To Go" as "Takeout." 

Click HERE to register for the class on Eduphoria-Workshop. 

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