“A Book Sprint brings together a group to produce a book in 3-5 days. There is no pre-production and the group is guided by a facilitator from zero to published book. The books produced are high quality content and are made available immediately at the end of the sprint via print-on-demand services and e-book formats” My notes on book sprints
Last week was the latest event as part of DevCSI, Dev8Ed. As part of the event I put my name forward for a session on ‘hacking stuff together with Google […]
In this example Google Apps Script is used to create a custom user interface that can be used in Google Spreadsheets, allowing tutors to enter feedback and grades based on individual assessment criteria pulled from a central data source (another Google Spreadsheet). The system then generates personalised feedback forms (Google Documents) based on the data and distributes them to students
Demonstrating the importHtml formula in post that revisits Tony Hirst’s Creating a Winter Olympics 2010 Medal Map In Google Spreadsheets
Next week I’ll be presenting at Dev8eD (A free event for building, sharing and learning cool stuff in educational technology for learning and teaching!!) doing a session on ‘Hacking stuff together with Google Spreadsheets’. As part of this session I’ll be rolling out some new examples. Here’s one I’ve quickly thrown together to demonstrate UNIQUE and FILTER spreadsheet formula. It’s yet another example of me visiting the topic of electronic voting systems (clickers).