When Google updated Google Drive, it became a little less apparent about how to move a single file into multiple folders. Doing so may or may not be necessary depending on your workflow, but it can be handy if you need a file accessible from more than one location.
Next, it is now possible to search within a folder in Google Drive. The only catch with this is that the folder must be located withing your 'My Drive'. You are not able to search within a folder that is in your "Shared with me" area unless you add it to your Drive.
Finally, the Jamboard was brought in as a core GSuite service. For those who might be unfamiliar, the Jamboard is an interactive whiteboard that facilitates collaboration. While we currently don't have any of these on campus, I am excited to see that Google has brought this in as a core service as this points to stable support of the product. I am excited about investigating how…
We create a new Moodle instance each year with a unique URL which includes the numbers for the academic year. This can create a problem if you bookmark the site and then come back the next year. The bookmark you created will take you to an old Moodle instance.
You can always get to the current Moodle by entering "https://moodle.beloit.edu" in your browser's address bar. Even better, it is possible to edit your Moodle book mark to do the same. The animated gif below shows the steps. This was done in the Google Chrome browser, but the steps should be very similar for other browsers.