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G Suite is available for all Lehigh students, faculty and staff to use.  Gmail and Calendar are just the fundamentals -- Many more apps and systems are available with your Lehigh login.

See this  guide for more google resources– Google for Higher Education Resources

Teach From Home: In a response to the Pandemic, Google has created  g.co/teachfromhome. It’s a new hub of information and tools for teachers. 

COVID-19 Resource Page: Check out the g.co/edu/covid19 page, Google will continue to provide a place for more advanced training materials, blog posts, videos, and other resources to engage students through distance learning.  

Hangout Meet Features:  Google  announced new educator control features coming to Hangouts Meet to curb potential misuse. 

These are just a few of the standard tools available to you in G-Suite:

Please be sure to use the Google Chrome Browser for best results using Google tools!  Many of the core tools also have mobile apps that provide a nicer interface on a phone than the desktop ones do.  

Google provides a number of tools for learning about G Suite, and also provides support.  They also provide information on using multiple google accounts.

Already an MS Office User?  Google Drive stores Microsoft Files, and allows some amount of editing also.

Creation Tools in Google Earth

Google Earth has introduced creation tools, which allow YOU to tell the stories you care about. Creation tools allow you (or your students!) to be the storyteller By adding points, using Street View imagery, importing media, and customizing text, you can create dynamic and engaging stories from anywhere. Just like a Google Doc or Slide, users can invite others to collaborate and co-author projects together. 

See how an educator, a nature conservationist, and a young woman exploring her family history are using Google Earth to tell their stories: Introducing creation tools in Google Earth

Here's just one example of a fabulous educational stories created by a teacher: Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl (many more to come!)

Want to learn more? Check out the Getting Started Guide