Click here: https://tinyurl.com/ALS-EmailRecovery

There are several ways to access your resources depending on which type of device you use:

  1. Laptops/PC's/Tablets/Smartphones (Mobiles)/All Devices: You can acces via your web browser - Google Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer, FIrefox etc
  2. Tablets/Smartphones (Mobiles): You can access via your browser or through APPS that you can download free from your APP store

Whats the difference? If you use a browser you can access all apps from one webpage and switch from one to the other quickly. If you use separate apps you have to open and close the apps.

If your phone/tablet is clogged with photos, music, saved chats etc you may have to declog before you can download apps -you can move a lot to your google drive If you can't free enough memory you should stick to using the browser and save everything to your drive.

Using a Browser (All Devices):

  1. Go to the website https://gsuite.google.com/dashboard and log in.
    You will see all of your apps

    OR
  2. Log in to any Google app eg,
    Mail: https://mail.google.com   Classroom: https://classroom.google.com    Drive: https://drive.google.com
    You can switch to other apps by clicking on the 'Waffle' (9 dots) at the top right of the screen - a menu linking to the other apps will drop down - you can move things around in this menu so as to have the most used near the top.

If you are using a browser on your device you should make a 'Bookmark' so you can go to the site quickly

  1. On a PC/Laptop this means dragging the site address onto the bookmarks toolbar (make a bookmarks folder if you can) - if you need help Google It
  2. On a Tablet/Mobile this means either making a 'Bookmark' or adding the site to your Homescreen - if you need help Google It
    You should certainly Bookmark and 'Add to homescreen' the site https://gsuite.google.com/dashboard

Using  Tablet/Mobile APPS from the APP store

  1. FIrst add your school account to your Device - Open your SETTINGS - go to ACCOUNTS (may vary by device) - ADD ACCOUNT - GOOGLE ACCOUNT - Put in your emai address and password - SAVE. You may have to Google the instructions.
  2. Go to the APP store and search for 'Google' - You will see a lot of APPS from Google LLC.
    Download the APPS - Start with Mail, Classroom, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Keep, Calendar, Chrome.

Don't worry - Nobody does at this point. Managers, teachers and staff are learning together. Here are some places you can get help:

  1. G Suite Learning Center - Use the 'Learning by Product' or 'Learning by Job Task' links or use the search box.
    Advice and solutions for teachers and students - Has a search box.
    Check out 'Get Started', 'Cheat Sheet', 'Productivity Guides' and 'Tips'-  Sample Page.
  2. Google Teacher Center
    How-to's for all Google Products -But from a Teacher Perspective  - Recommended
    Check out the Classroom section. - Sample Page.
  3. Google for Education Help Center - Classroom
    Advice and solutions for teachers and students - Has a search box. 
    Don't forget the Google Classroom Community Tab - Sample Page.
  4. Educators Technology
    A resource of Educational Web Tools and Advice for Teachers and Students
  5. Shake Up Learning
    This site has been on the go for a long time. It is recommend that teacher sign up for the newsletter. Check out the Free Downloads and other resources. This site has content for students

  6. Alice Keeler
    This is a well known author and consultant - she has a no nonsense approach.This site has content for students

  7. Google searches.
    See article on How to search
  8. Youtube searches.
    See article on How to search
  9. Message your teacher - but be aware that everyone (even teachers) is trying to learn how things are done.
    There are ways to message in Google Classroom

In your search always use "Google" "G Suite" and the product eg "Classroom" and your problem eg "Upload assignment".

Keep at it and you'll find a way.

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