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Google Resources

Google Apps

ICC provides all students with a Google-based email account.  As a result, all students have access to Google tools for sending and receiving email, managing and creating documents, maintaining a web-based calendar and creating websites. 
Google Accounts Guide for Faculty & Staff [PDF]

Atomic Learning ICC’s Atomic Learning library provides Google Apps tutorials.
To access Atomic Learning:

  1. Log in to Blackboard at ICC, http://courses.icc.edu (opens in a new window)
  2. On the Blackboard@ICC page, click on Launch Atomic Learning button in the Atomic Learning module
  3. Return to this page and click on the Atomic Learning video links, below:

Email

Google Apps: GMail User Guide [PDF]
Two page document covering the basics of using Google Email. All ICC students have a Google Email account that can be accessed at http://webmail.lab.icc.edu/.

Documents

Google Apps: Drive (Documents List) User Guide [PDF]
This guide covers features and instructions for using the Drive (Documents List) to upload and store files. The Google Drive and Docs apps features file storage, creation and editing of documents. Students can access these apps by logging in to their student email account.

Google Apps: Documents Editor User Guide [PDF]
This guide covers features and instructions for using the Document Editor tool to create and edit documents.

Calendar

Google Apps: Calendar User Guide [PDF]
Two page document covering the basics of using the free Google Calendar application. Students can access this application by logging in to their student email account.

Sites

Google Apps: Sites User Guide [PDF]
Two page document covering the basics of using the free Google Site application. Create a website quickly and easily.

Atomic Learning Software & Technology Training

ATOMIC LEARNING VIDEOS ABOUT OTHER GOOGLE TOOLS:

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