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Google Case Study Lab Instructor: Aldo Augustine Email address: [email protected]
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Objective Create a Gmail account Create, edit and participate in a blog Create and edit Google Sites (Wiki)
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Assignment Google Case Study Available on lab Blackboard folder No need to submit blog and Wiki URLs on Blackboard folder but note down the URL addresses for your records Use [email protected] account on page 22 for blog and on page 49 for Wiki Due Date: 10/02/2009 , 07:00 PM
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Gmail Account Create a Gmail account first. If you already have a Gmail account, you can skip the account activation objective in the case study.
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Blogs Short form of We b log Can contain text, pictures, videos, etc. Can be private, shared, or public Include the content of your
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Unformatted text preview: research paper in your blog Instead of copying and pasting your entire paper, include only the highlights of your research Try to bullet the main points of your research Blog Demonstration Google Sites (Wiki) Web page with editing rights Do not need to know HTML for Google Sites Allows others to edit the content of a web page Changes are applied immediately Can be private You can copy and paste the content of your research paper in your Wiki website Do not forget to include references section in your Wiki Wiki Demonstration Any Questions? Feel free to email lab instructor at [email protected] Please include section number in the subject of your email (e.g. IT 103, 210). 7...
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