Forms, VR, and Animations – The Week in Review

Good morning from Maine where the sun is shining and flowers are blooming. It’s looking like it is going to be great weather for Mother’s Day. Speaking of which, happy Mother’s Day to all the moms who follow my blog including my mom. Hi, Mom!

This week I was supposed to launch The Complete Guide to Classroom Video Projects. Unfortunately, in making the switch between hosting companies I lost half of the course content. So I’m re-creating that lost content and will launch the course this coming Monday.

These were the week’s most popular posts:
1. Six New Features Coming to Google Forms
2. Create a Video Lesson Completely In PowerPoint
3. How to Use Google’s New VR Tour Creator
4. Weebly vs. Google Sites
5. Changes Coming to the Google Drive User Interface – Web Version
6. Reminder – The Google Drive Desktop App Is Being Phased Out
7. Animaker Edify – Easily Create Animated Videos In an Online Classroom

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