This holiday season, why not give a parent the gift of Google-powered, personalized tech support? The website teachparentstech.org can help! Simply select one or more short videos created by Googlers, specifically for parents, explaining a variety of tech-related skills.
If you’re among the first 10,000 people to use the site to send a parent virtual tech support, Google will give you the option of also sending your parent a free, snail-mail care package. How cool!
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On this day..
- 5th EdCampOKC Coming to Del City High School March 4, 2017 - 2016
- Inspired by Ashley Vance's Biography of Elon Musk - 2015
- Brainstorming the Digital Sharing Map: Classroom Edition - 2015
- Come See "One Incredible Moment" in Edmond This Weekend - 2014
- Building Virtual Bridges Through Sharing and Transparency - 2013
- Al Jazeera, Arab Spring, & Opposing Extremism in Our Midst in the USA - 2012
- Mobile Video Editing with ReelDirector on an iPhone4 #edapp - 2010
- No alternative to the RTTT / Duncan Education Reform Plan Offered by Fallin - 2010
- Reasons I love Blip.tv and Screenr - 2009
- Forgo the big stick, carry a small computer instead - 2008