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Start a new Google Doc, Sheet, Form, Slide, or Site by just entering doc.new, sheet.new, etc. into your browser URL bar. You don’t even have to be logged into Google Drive before you try this.
If you need to transcribe interviews, videos, screencasts, or podcasts for research or teaching purposes, it can be hard to know what services will produce quality transcriptions. You can pay for transcription services that are done by human but this … Continue reading
In Google Docs you can force others to make a copy of a document, essentially creating a template. Go up to the address bar of a Google Doc and replace the edit portion of the URL with copy. Copy the new … Continue reading
You can now use your voice to create text in Google Docs if you are using the Chrome browser. This new feature debuted recently and is very easy to use. Start voice typing: Check that your microphone works. Open a … Continue reading
Almost every week students ask the librarians at the Reference Desk how to recover files from computers. While we, and iCIT, can sometimes help students recover their lost work, there isn’t always a way to get the file and the … Continue reading