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NEA Professional Learning

Up Your Productivity With Google Tools

This informational webinar introduces three Google tools (Gmail, Google Calendar and Google Keep) that support improved organization and productivity.
Published: July 28, 2020
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At a Glance

Are you looking for ways to make your life easier through the power of Google? Participants learn about the new features and tips of Gmail to make their emails more manageable, how to customize Google calendars, and how to keep track of notes and ideas with Google Keep.


  • Adult Learning
  • Digital & Virtual Learning
  • Student Achievement
  • Student Learning


  • Learn about the new features and tips of Gmail to make emails more manageable
  • Understand how to customize Google calendars
  • Learn how to keep track of notes and ideas with Google Keep


Audience Role

  • Aspiring Educator
  • Specialized Instruction Support Personnel
  • Teacher


  • Elementary School
  • High School
  • Higher Education
  • Middle School

Session Length

1 hour

Session Format


This is a previously offered webinar focused on the professional growth of ESPs. It is being made available for viewing by individuals or groups of individuals. Note that certificates of completion are not available for participation in informational webinar recordings.

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