Google Sites at ACC
Introduction to Sites
Google Sites is an online application that makes creating a class, school, or project web site as easy as editing a document. With Google Sites, people can quickly gather a variety of information in one place -- including videos, calendars, presentations, attachments, and text -- and easily share it for viewing or editing with a small group, their class, the entire school, or sometimes the world. You always control who has access to your site.
Think of building a site in Google Sites as creating a collaborative wiki. A "wiki" is a website that can be easily edited by multiple authors. You can allow others contribute to the site, track the changes made to your site, and add rich media – no html programming required.
Here's what you can do with Google Sites:
- Customize your site.
- Create sub-pages to keep your content organized.
- Add navigation menus
- Choose page types: webpage, announcements, file cabinet, lists, dashboards, start pages.
- Have a central location for your web content and offline files.
- Keep your site as private or public as you'd like.
- Search across your Google Sites content with Google search technology.
For more information on setting up your google site visit:
Get self-paced training Create Faculty Websites with Google Sites.
Or download this PDF - Create A Google Site.
Contact the Instructional Designer on your campus.