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This is a nice small book, that really support me with my work transition to Google products. This is more detailed than other training that was provided. I would suggest this to anyone looking to obtain some extra knowledge about Drives and Docs from Google.
Difficult to rate. It's a very fine book. Although yes it could perhaps offer more info on more "advanced" features of Google Drive and Docs. So on that score perhaps 4/5. However I also purchased a book on Chromebook - and that book included beautiful much the same introduction to Drive and Docs. If you only wish a book on Drive and Docs - this is fine.
I'm not sure if my problem is with this book or with Google DOCS it self, but I am working on a huge (hundreds of pages) structured document and I can't seem to create even easy formatting things that any amazing word processing app offers (like widow and orphan control) work...nor lots of other things I'm used to in commercial tech doc or word processing applications. So, either Google DOCS should be used only for things like writing letters, or if it has better capabilities, thi book doesn't cover them.
Amazing reference tutorial on the google suite of tools! I love collaborating with club members using google sheets. So much better than email and uploading and downloading documents.
I gave a Google Drive workshop and knew that a lot of of the participants would wish step-by-step instructions for things that I was only quickly able to present them in the workshop. This small book fit the bill perfectly.
Well written, concise, and honest. Talks about the pros and cons of Google's online productivity suite. I have a much better idea now about this product and its capabilities.
From the first page, a fascinating read about the two men who "wanted to organize the internet" for their dissertation projects and ended up "changing the world" when they made Google. I did not realize how much "Google" influences my life and how much more it may do so in the future; and I did not realize how Googlers learned as they went, always in pursuit of helping their users. In the beginning, you could only use Google to find text based information on the web, but then when everyone wanted to see an photo of Jennifer Lopez’s dress at the 2000 Grammy Awards, Google figured out how we could find images. When 9-11-2001 happened, everyone wanted to find the web for current news, but Google only updated key words (based on fresh postings) every 24 hours at that point so when you searched Twin Towers, you weren’t seeing the news necessarily; they figured out how to change ding chronicles not only how Google (originally "Backrub") took off (Lego Duplo blocks were involved), but what they are doing to move us toward the future (think health, zone travel, driverless vehicles and more). She does this in a conversational tone that YA (plus 5th-8th grade) readers will be drawn to and with a clear writing style that unpacks some difficult o DOWN POINTS to consider (but not deal breakers) -1) The quality of the images is not amazing and some of the text is printed on a dark background with the print that is too pale to read well. I think there were some design decisions - how do we break up the text? how do we create it YA appealing? - that may have gotten in the way.2) While there are a few points in the book, where Redding explores how some have criticized Google for failing their users in some method and Google has responded by making changes, Redding's perspective for the most part is a sort of 'feel amazing about Google' and 'Isn't Google amazing?' conversation. YA readers need to be aware of this and consider what the author has left out. A reoccurring note in the book is the internal MOTTO at Google of "DON'T BE EVIL"; as I was reading this news broke about YouTube, a subsidiary of Google, collecting children’s private info without their parents’ consent and then about Google possibly violating the Sherman Anti-trust Act that outlaws monopolistic business practices. Readers should look for other perspectives or read extra sources to learn more about Google.On a related note, the author describes how people who work at Google obtain 20% of their time to work on projects of their own choice (this is how we got Gmail). There has been some debate in the press in the latest few years (but beginning prior to the publication of this book) over whether, in reality, this is true. It’s very hard to create that time for professional inquiry of your own when you have an overwhelming job at Google. Some think the 20% independent inquiry time Google says they give employees is primarily a method the company promotes itself.I’m not saying that the company Google is bad. I’m just saying that a reader needs to be aware of the author’s apparent perspective and of the perspective the reader begins to develop as they read this book (because of reading this book). Looking for other perspectives should be encouraged. (Personally, as a kid of the 80s where you could only search information at the library, I appreciate everything Google has done for my life.)NOT A DEAL BREAKER. I’d STILL RECOMMEND THIS TO YOUR STUDENTS.
A visiting friend’s twelve-year-old son picked this book up from my couch and became immediately absorbed in it. He had been watching a lot of videos over the summer, so my mate was thrilled that he voluntarily picked up a book. He was partway through when it was time to leave, so I just allow him take my copy, then bought another so I could finish reading it. I found the stories behind different Google products – Google News, Doodle, and Maps – fascinating, and the images and graphics kept the info lively. Some of my favorite parts of the book were the brief, but hilarious digressions (check out the “shag carpet” aside in chapter 5). The best thing about this book is the method it shows children that there’s a path forward for innovators and dreamers!
Google It! is a unbelievable introduction to Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Google’s founders, from their first meeting to today. Google has always excelled at asking “What if?” and pursuing possibilities. The book's latest section discusses Google’s research and development projects and gives us a glimpse of what's to come—things like computer-assisted medical diagnostics, private flying cars, computers in your jacket, stratospheric balloons that provide Internet access to the remotest locations, private genetic info that unlocks the secrets of a long and healthy life, and more. If you have a choice between a paper or electronic version, choose the paper. It will be easier to distinguish the plentiful sidebars from the main text.
Looking for an ideal “all school read”? Choose “Google It: A History of Google.” Wish to inspire a reluctant teen reader? Match them with “Google It.” Know anyone who is interested in learning about innovation, technology, corporate America, economics, or US History from 1999 through present? “Google It” is the book that will create all the elements of any Social Studies Class synthesize into meaningful matter for today’s Millennials. In fact, Anna Crowley Redding’s book accomplishes exactly what Google set out to do: "Organize the world’s info and create it universally accessible and useful.”This book reveals the author’s keen understanding of pre-teen and Middle School readers; high-interest info is delivered in a conversational voice. In addition to explaining Google’s Find Engine Development, the author also traverses the origins of gmail, Youtube, Google Earth, Khan Academy and numerous other tech-based developments. As the book progresses, readers learn about projects that are currently under development and likely to become part of our globe in the near future.I was happy to see that so a lot of innovators, investors, and inventors were highlighted along the way. A breadth of students will search role models with whom they can connect. I value that Anna Crowley Redding respected diversity and inclusion by highlighting Susan Wojcicki several times in the book, and that Google’s initiative of “Howard West” was included with full recognition that the company was striving toward much-needed diversity in their company and in the field of engineering.“Google It: A History of Google” is undeniably a “five star” nonfiction pick for readers, teachers, libraries and families around the world. ~ ARC via Netgalley ~ Review by Lisa Brennan, Middle School Librarian @noveltalk
Google It is a school librarian’s dream! We all have those techy-geek students who would rather android game than read. Once in a while, we do search a book that peaks their interest, but all too often we come up empty handed. However, Google It will be an instant hit these readers and for most a fascinating look at Google's history. Page and Brin were young tech and math geniuses who met in 1995 as Stanford PHD students. Together they shared a vision to make a super www service capable of returning info in PageRanked format. To make a server huge enough to crawl the web, they borrowed computers, parts and even electricity to build their first Lego (I child you not) server. The chapter The chapter “Beg, Borrow, Stalk” describes how the squad even managed to purloin more than half Sanford’s bandwidth…Google It tells the riveting history of Page and Brin’s dream… and how that dream revolutionized both access and retrieval of information.
This was such a repetitive and boring book, I struggled to hold reading. I was assigned to read it for an online professional development course, otherwise I would definitely have stopped after a few pages. There were a lot of grammatical and typing errors and it felt like it was written by a high school student as an essay on Google Classroom and he was assigned a certain number of pages he had to obtain to so he just kept repeating himself, hoping the teacher didn't really read it. He gave some info about tools and tricks, but didn't really explain what they were at all. For example, a "new feature" he listed was "Quizlet Class," however, he failed to say anything at all about what a Quizlet is and how it's used. Just that it exists. Beautiful worthless book - I already use Google Classroom in my classes but was hoping to learn some fresh features - instead it was just a pamphlet advertisement that Google Classroom is the best ever!
This guidebook provides info required to obtain started with Google Classroom. With this guide, we will learn the basics of Classroom and also some of the various tasks that teachers do and the various tasks that students can take advantage. This is a amazing tutorial in understanding the relevance of Google Classroom for the teachers and students. This is a amazing tutorial to support us understand the use and the benefits the this Classroom could offer us.
This small booklet only has 5 chapters and is 32 pages long. I can't believe I spent $14 for it. It was for an online class so unfortunately it was needed reading. I hope the 5th grader that wrote it is getting enough cash to buy spell check for their computer, because there were a lot of glaring errors in this book. Nothing was gone into in detail. The book beautiful much told you how amazing Google Classroom is because it's free and easy. There was no going into depth at all about anything. You could just do an online find for Google Classroom and search out more about it than this book tells you. Save your money!
Google classroom is a unbelievable tool that you can use to implement special activities with your students inside and outside the classroom. Utilizing and setting it up can be tricky but this tutorial is efficient, providing simple to understand instructions and descriptions so you can obtain started immediately. Definitely check this out if you wish to learn more about google classroom.
This book is poorly written and very unprofessional. The author should have done a better job proofreading and editing. It is laden with grammatical and typographical errors throughout the whole book. The errors created each chapter difficult to continue reading and distracting from the content of the book. The content discussed is very basic. If you are looking for a tutorial (as the title suggests), this book does not provide enough detailed information. If you are already well-versed on Google Classroom and are looking for some useful tips, this book does not give any hints beyond what you could figure out by playing around in the program for a few minutes.
If you wish a pep talk on why you should use Google Classroom then this short book is it. If you wish actual instructions on how to set up a classroom then this isn't it. I really don't know what the author was thinking when he wrote this.
This book is a amazing introduction for anybody looking for info to begin with google class room. The book explains things amazing and gives the benefits for teachers and students. This will become famous.
Bought this book for a class I was taking. 90% of what is discussed in this book is common knowledge. Chapter 2 setting up a classroom for teacher literally walks you through what is displayed on the screen during the Google Classroom setup process. I just glad i bought the Kindle edition and only spent $3
This was a bare bones book about Google Classroom, giving just an overarching idea of its capabilities. Given that it is all about technology, I would have expected multimedia via links and whatnot in order to elaborate and deepen understanding. Visuals and teacher examples would improve the book as well.
So a lot of excuses given by Google ads squad now. Change in policy this and that. I already changed my advert and place primary repairing and servicing. We are doing hardware business. Why can't I advertise that? Give me solution rather then giving excuses. All this while u making cash from us, now you are slowly kicking out little businesses and helping huge businesses. Hope you support little businesses ti grow, not only support those huge companies. Very disappointed with Google ads now. #Sundar Pichai
Google Bamboozle is what this application should be called. Google should be ashamed of themselves and their practices. Their customer service is absolutely horrendous and as a developer I'm ashamed of how they handle things. Read and trust all of the negative reviews, it's not slander, they are pure facts!!!
This is Fake business advertising, you will loss your money! I have choosed advertising plan for 32 $ per day, and my 500$ has been exhausted within 3 day without any impression on my www service Click and Calls... shame on you Google Ads, which type of service are you providing?
perfect features. amazing to use. must install. express views and rate you also as the uaage of this application is upto mark. theore you use this application you will come to know the feature its have and further more if this application is in your adaptability in everyday routine you can manage your day to day work, weekly appointment, monthly plan and at the end of year a huge achivements. it is reallly a huge application i have ever seen and very useful for managing my time. the views express is pesonal opinion of user, can vary
Very very expensive. My product cost $15 and google charged me like $15 for a few clicks and few hundred expressions. Definitely the most expensive online PPC for literally zero results. I tried sticking it out but ultimately, this is just a waste of money. Never doing Google ads again.
SCAM ALERT. Got zero business in 2 weeks. costed me $250 on Google ads. THEIR CUSTOMER SUPPORT is in a foreign country and they do not have permission to refund. My acc was incorrectly listed and I got calls concerning DIFFERENT BUSINESSES. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY HERE.
This application will take your cash and suspend your acc for any reason. oncecyou are suspended your ads are no longer live, there is no customer service number to call and, they take your money. Not what I would expect from Google, two thumbs down.
This such a scam if ur a little business. You obtain enticed in with $150 free add cash but at the end of the month you are ripped off for $1500. You obtain a very high level of clicks and next to no conversion to true business. Just to share some insights I had over 9000 impressions around 500 click and only 4 requests for quotes. So that campaign costed me $380/quote and no conversions ofcouse since the requests were for extremely budget tight clients. What a scam. Pure scam
very passion and delighted to chat, explain to people and support retify their issues, follow up with email and call. its was epic and i think if every other platform do the same the globe will be a better put and things will be easlier. thanks for your assistance
very poor giving feedback calling writing at chat but after waiting half an hour nobody comes to chat mailed a lot of time but nobody comes or interested to solve the issue at Google ad nobody responding then why create Google support
Tried to create my own ads but this application won't even allow you choose which file to search pictures in so it automatically picks wrong files and you're screwed. Additionally even in that file most of the pictures didn't present up for some reason. Cheap and useless. Pass on this one.