Follow This Blog: RSS feed
Neverending Search
Inside Neverending Search

Google Docs and Drive Add-ons for CC0 images

If you use Google Docs and Slides to create and communicate, you may be interested in how easy it now is to incorporate free, copyright-friendly images into your projects without having to leave your document to search for them. I was surprised to discover my very favorite image portals were available in the form of […]

Grid View in Google Slides (it’s the #littlethings)

Sometimes the little things can make you so happy. Over the past several years I was able to fairly happily migrate most of my presentations from those more robust presentation¬†platforms to Google Slides because it is so darn portable and sharable and because it so encourages collaboration. But there was one feature I really grieved– […]

Google Slides Q&A and the laser pointer

When you are presenting or teaching, it helps to know what your audience is thinking.¬† A little while back I gathered a little round-up of interactive presentation tools. This week, Google Slides announced a very handy new feature. Slides Q & A allows presenters to accept questions and vote them up or down during a […]