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Google Classroom is a great resource for teachers that allows them to extend their classroom to the student’s computer. Classroom streamlines the process of sharing files, working with assignments and grading, and integrating other Google apps. Our quick reference guide will help you learn how to perform the most common tasks so that you can get the most out of the program and ensure that your students have a great experience.

This 6 page, tri-fold, full-color, guide is an invaluable resource for anyone who uses Google Classroom!

Some of the topics covered in this guide:

  • Creating a Class
  • Inviting Students to a Class
  • Creating an Assignment
  • Creating and Editing Questions
  • Viewing Answers to Questions
  • Grading
  • Viewing a Student’s Work
  • Making an Announcement
  • Emailing Students
  • Writing Notes on Student Work
  • Using Writing Tools
  • Viewing Assignments on the Class Calendar
  • Setting Permissions for a Class
  • Classroom Mobile App

Check out this brand new guide now!



So, you have a Chromebook and you’re excited to jump in and start learning how to use it. So where do you begin? The Launcher is like the start menu in other operating systems and is the hub for many of the things you’ll want to do with your Chromebook. Just click the Launcher button and check out what you can do:

  • Open a recently used app by clicking an app icon.
  • Click All Apps to discover all the apps that are installed.
  • Search the web by entering search terms in the Search bar.
  • Perform basic calculations right in the Search bar without ever having to leave the Launcher.
  • Install common apps and extensions to make your Chromebook experience even better.

Check out our Chromebook quick reference guide for all the information you need to get started with your Chromebook.

Have you've been using our Outlook 2016 basic and advanced level guides to help you get the most out of this powerful email program? Do you feel like maybe you would benefit from a little more in depth training? Then our Outlook 2016 eLearning course is what you need to take your knowledge to the next level. All of our courses allow you to watch the tasks you want to learn right on the screen in front of you. Then you can practice the skill for yourself so that you know you have it down. All of our courses are self paces so that you can work through the lessons in your own time and make sure you truly understand the material. 

Some of the lessons in our Outlook 2016 course include:

  • Accounts and Services
  • Reading and Previewing a Message
  • Creating a Message
  • Attaching a File
  • Working with Conversations
  • Scheduling an Appointment
  • Creating a New Contact
  • Creating a Task
  • And so much more!

We think you'll love this course and invite you to take a look at the preview so that you can see just how it will work for you. 

If you are working with PDF documents a lot, then you probably find yourself working with a lot of the same tools over and over. Wouldn’t it be nice if you can put them all in one place, so you always know where they are? With Acrobat DC you can! Creating a custom tool set will allow you to easily access the tools you use most often.

  1. Click Tools on the Tab bar.
  2. Click the Create Custom Tool button.
  3. Click on the category that contains the tool you want.
  4. Select the tool you want to add and click the Add to Custom set button.
  5. Repeat to add all the tools you want.
  6. Click the Save button, enter a name for the new tool set, and click the Save button.

For more useful tips like this, check out our Adobe Acrobat DC Quick Source Guide!

Staying organized and being able to communicate with your contacts is an important part of your business. You may be comfortable doing the most basic things in Outlook 2016 but when you are ready to go a little further and learn a little more, our Outlook 2016 Advanced guide is here to help. This guide will help you expand upon the knowledge you already have and let you get the most out of Outlook. It can help you learn all sorts of tips and tricks for sending a great email and keeping your calendar organized.


Features include:

  • Forgotten Subjects
  • Creating an Email Template
  • Creating a Custom Rule
  • Changing the Calendar Work Week
  • Creating a Task Request
  • Customizing People Options
  • Selecting Junk Email Options
  • And so much more!