Digital Essentials 101: Using Gmail and Google Drive
Overview:This workshop is intended to familiarize students with the basic features of Gmail, Google Drive, and to provide an overview of the Google Cloud services becoming more ubiquitous in the business world.
The course primarily covers Gmail, Hangouts/Google Meet, & Google Drive.
Signing up for a Gmail account
A tour of the inbox & its features
How to set up email forwarding
How to store files in Google Drive
How to manage basic permissions
How to setup a Hangouts or Google meet meeting
How to use Google Hangouts or Meet for video conferencing
What to Expect:The class will be held live on zoom conferencing. We will progress through the lesson plan at an adaptive pace depending on the needs of the students.
Students will be encouraged to participate in the lesson by asking questions and engaging in discussion. There may be parts of the presenation that are interactive for the student to follow along.
After the class students will receive takeaway assignment to help them further explore the topics, and will be ablt to view a recording of the session.
If students have trouble with the course material or setting up their workstation they can sign up for any of the office hours sections listed <HERE>.
Important Information:This class is part of the series "Digital Essentials" designed to familiarize students with common office & workplace cloud productivity suites.
Students who are already familiar with aspects of Gmail & Google Drive may take only the classes in the series of interest to them, however we strongly suggest those new to the platform start with Digital Essentials 101.
Classes will be held via Zoom. Students who sign up will need to have:
- An email address where they can receive and respond to email
- A computer (laptop or desktop) with an internet connection
- A microphone and speaker or headphones for communicating with the instructor during sessions
- (preferable) a webcam
- (preferable) to have installed the Zoom software application on their laptop or desktop prior to the course