Te Toiotua Online Workshop: Collaborate online using Google Tools

Google provides a wide range of software tools that any individual or organisation can use for their personal, business or social projects.Most people may already have a Gmail account, but may not be aware of the many collaboration tools and options available to them. If you are one these people, then come to this free workshop.You will learn about the benefits of creating a Google account, including utilising Google Forms, Sites, Docs, Sheets, and Slides.Attend this free online event to become more productive using Google tools.Who should attend:Any adult 18+ wanting to use wide range of Google products to be productive, communicate and collaborate with others online.This includes kaimahi, kaiako, tauira, Ahikōmako and community members.Requirements:Laptop, PC or Smart Phone with a Google accountThe web conferencing software Zoom will need to be preinstalled to be able to attend the online workshop.Who to contact for more details:Leon Tepania | leon.tepania@twoa.ac.nz | 027-336-7684

Virtual Room (Mariko Ruma)
Ahikōmako Online (Map)
Google provides a wide range of software tools that any individual or organisation can use for their personal, business or social projects.

Most people may already have a Gmail account, but may not be aware of the many collaboration tools and options available to them. If you are one these people, then come to this free workshop.

You will learn about the benefits of creating a Google account, including utilising Google Forms, Sites, Docs, Sheets, and Slides.

Attend this free online event to become more productive using Google tools.

Who should attend:

Any adult 18+ wanting to use wide range of Google products to be productive, communicate and collaborate with others online.

This includes kaimahi, kaiako, tauira, Ahikōmako and community members.

Requirements:

Laptop, PC or Smart Phone with a Google account

The web conferencing software Zoom will need to be preinstalled to be able to attend the online workshop.

Who to contact for more details:

Leon Tepania | leon.tepania@twoa.ac.nz | 027-336-7684