And, what a day it’s going to be!
Register to attend this half-day event from 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the Talley Student Union Piedmont-Mountains Ballroom. Join us for this exciting opportunity to learn how the campus community is using the many cool tools in G Suite (formerly Google Apps) to communicate, collaborate and work more efficiently.
Don’t miss special guest Jonathan Rochelle, director of Google Product Management and co-founder of Google Docs and Google Drive, as well as other apps in that suite, including Google Sheets, Slides, Forms, Apps Script, and Google Fonts. Rochelle is primarily responsible for Google Apps for Education, which reaches more than 40 million educators and students, and most recently launched Google Classroom and Google Expeditions. In the keynote address, which is open to the public, Rochelle will provide:
- an overview of five years of Google’s use on NC State campus
- ways campus users can leverage Google resources securely
- a sneak preview of Google’s latest developments for the education environment
The “5 Years of Google” Celebration will also feature breakout sessions with presentations from NC State students, faculty and staff that will demonstrate how to maximize Google tools. They include:
Breakout Session I – 1 p.m. to 1:45 p.m., Third Floor, Talley Student Union
- Working Remotely with Google Tools
- Google for Teaching & Research
- Off the Beaten Google Path – Maximizing Google Tools
Breakout Session II – 2 p.m. to 2:45 p.m., Third Floor, Talley Student Union
- Google Best Practices
- Google Security
- Taking G Suite (formerly Google Apps) to the Next Level
To register, visit the 5 Years of Google at NC State website. Space is limited!
The campus community is also invited to participate in a Video Demo Slam contest. Enter to win the $150 Grand Prize by simply creating an engaging video to show how you use Google Apps in 90 seconds or less! Collaborate with up to two of your colleagues or classmates and enter by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 11. For complete contest rules, visit the 5 Years of Google at NC State website.
Got Google questions? You can get all of them answered by our Google experts at several Information Booths during the celebration. Light refreshments will be served and attendees will have opportunities to win big prizes throughout the afternoon. For more information, visit the 5 Years of Google at NC State website.