Interactive Tutorials for Participants and Hosts
1 The first step is to open Google and click Search.
2 Type Global Collaboration Week.
3 Click Google Search.
4 Click Global Collaboration Week.
5 Click Register.
6 Click Register on Evenbrite.
7 Click Register.
8 Click Email *(required). Enter your email address.
9 Click First name *(required).
10 Type First name *(required) and Press Tab.
11 Type Last name *(required) and Press Tab.
12 Click Email *(required).
13 Scroll down and click Job title *(required).
14 Type Job title *(required).
15 Click Company *(required).
16 Type Company *(required) or your school name.
17 Scroll down and click highlight.
18 Click the box.
19 Type your current US state or country.
20 Scroll down and click highlight. Click yes if you want your school listed on our website.
21 Click Register.
22 Go back to globalcollaborationweek.org. With your mouse, hover Participation.
23 Scroll up and click 2019 Event Listings.
24 Review the projects and events. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click <<Previous to see the next page of event listings. There are at least two pages of projects and events.
25 If you want to sort projects and events by category, look at the righthand side of the page. For example, scroll undefined and click Asynchronous. You will then see only the projects and events that do not require live participation.
26 Next, let's look at projects and events in a Google Calendar in your time zone. For this example, we will use the time zone associated with Chicago. With your mouse, hover Participation at the top of the page.
27 With your mouse, hover Join an Event.
28 Scroll and click Join an Event.
29 Scroll down the page and with your mouse, highlight and read the selected text in the highlight.
30 Scroll down and click GMT - 5. You will see a Google calendar for projects and events in the US Central Daylight time zone.
31 Next, let's look at at an event. The ones with specific times are events happening at specific times. The ones at the top of each day are asynchronous projects. You can participate in these at any time. Scroll down and click Homes Around the World.
32 Scroll down and click copy to my calendar. This lets you copy an event to your own personal Google calendar.
33 A calendar event will open and you should click Save. Check your Google calendar to see the event.
34 Next, go back to globalcollaborationweek.org. Scroll and with your mouse, hover Home.
35 With your mouse, hover Participation.
36 Scroll up and click Participating Schools & Orgs. Note our count of projects, participants, countries, and states. Consider adding yourself to the map here.
37 Scroll and click Open the map.
38 Click mapsprosearch-field.
39 Search for your school by name.Type in the mapsprosearch-field.
40 Click the name of the highlighted school.
41 Next, we will add the school to our map. Click Add to map.
42 On the lefthand side of the page, scroll down and explore the schools that have been added to the map. Click highlight.
43 Click highlight.
44 You may have to use the + and - in the lower lefthand corner to zoom in and out. Click highlight
45 Click highlight.
46 See where other schools are located. Click highlight.
47 Click highlight.
48 Click highlight.
49 Click highlight.
50 Now, let's explore resources for globally connected teaching and learning. With your mouse, hover Resources.
51 Click Badges. You can download graphics to use on social media.
52 Control + click on images to download them to your computer. With your mouse, hover Resources.
53 With your mouse, hover and click on Resources. Browse resources that will help you globalize your classroom.
54 Next, go to the Resources menu and scroll down and click Publicity.
55 This is a digital flyer with directions that you can share with friends and colleagues. Scroll to the Twitter icon and click highlight to see how to share this on Twitter. Our hashtag is #globaled19.
56 Click Welcome and you are back to the home page of our website.
57 That's it. You're done. Thank you!
Here's an interactive tutorial for the visual learners
1 The first step is to open GLOBAL COLLABORATION WEEK and with your mouse, hover Participation.
2 Click Host Your Own Event.
3 Scroll and with your mouse, select text in highlight. Read these directions carefully.
4 Scroll down and click highlight.
5 Scroll down and with your mouse, select text in Requirements. Read these requirements carefully.
6 Click highlight.
7 Scroll down and with your mouse, select text in highlight. Read these directions carefully.
8 Scroll down and with your mouse, select text in highlight. Look over these suggested activities. You are not limited to these activities; use your imagination and be creative.
9 Click highlight.
10 Scroll down and click highlight. This button leads to YouCanBookMe where you can book your time slot. YouCanBookMe is linked in other places on our website, too.
11 Scroll and with your mouse, select text in highlight. Read the directions first.
12 Scroll down and click highlight. Select your time period. If you are hosting a project or event that lasts all week and is asynchronous, indicate that in the last field of the form that you will fill out next. Lucy Gray will manually adjust on our
13 If you are hosting a project or event that lasts all week and is asynchronous, indicate that in the last field of the form that you will fill out next. Lucy Gray will manually make adjustments on the GCW calendar.
14 Scroll down and click 12:00 AM.
15 You should now see a form. Scroll click field1. This is where a short, snappy title goes.
16 Type in field1.
17 Click field2.
18 Scroll down and type in field2. This field should contain a link to where your project will take place.
19 Click field3.
20 Type in field3. A clear, detailed description should go in this field.
21 Scroll down and click field4.
22 Type in field4. Step by step directions for your project or event will go in this field.
23 Scroll down and click 1 hour. This is a pulldown menu for the length of your project. (Select any time length if your project is asynchronous.)
24 Select 3 hours.
25 In this section, you will select the categories that apply to your project or event. Select as many categories as you would like. Scroll down and click Asynchronous Collaborative Short Term Project.
26 Click Asynchronous Long Term Project.
27 Scroll down and click Book Discussion.
28 Next, indicate what audiences you are trying to reach with your project or event. Scroll down and click secondary grade students (14-19).
29 Scroll down and click field8. This field is for indicating the primary language of the event. Multiple languages are encouraged!
30 Type in field8.
31 This is the field for your first name. Click field9.
32 Type in field9 and Press Tab.
33 Type in field10 and Press Tab. Your last name will go here.
34 Your email address is required.Type in field11.
35 If you are on Twitter, this field is for your username. Scroll down and click field12,
36 Type in field12.
37 Click field13.
38 School or organziation names goe here. Type in field13.
39 Scroll down and click field14.
40 Put the URL to your school or organization website here. Type in field14.
41 Indicate your time zone here. Use timeanddate.com if you don't know. Click field15.
42 Type in field15.
43 This pulldown menu is for you to indicate if you work for a for profit or non profit organization. Scroll down and click Please choose.
44 For the purposes of this interactive tutorial, select An educator or educators at a non-profit school.
45 Click field17.
46 You will use this field for any other important information. For instance, if your project is asynchronous, indicate that participants can participate at any time. Type in field17.
47 Click I'm not a robot.
48 Click Confirm Booking. You will receive an email confirming your information.
49 Go back to globalcollaborationweek.org. With your mouse, hover Participation.
50 Scroll down and click Join an Event. Check your event entry in a calendar in your time zone.
51 Scroll down and click GMT - 5 for example.
52 Next, scroll and with your mouse, hover Participation.
53 Scroll up and click 2019 Event Listings. Your event or project will be added here manually by Lucy within 24 hours of you filling out the previously mentioned YouCanBookMe form.
54 With your mouse, hover Resources.
55 Scroll undefined and click Badges. Download and use these graphics to promote your event. It's really important that you help get the word out about Global Collaboration Week! We will promote to registrants and to our community as well.
56 With your mouse, hover Resources.
57 Scroll down and click Publicity. On the publicity page, you will find a flyer with directions that you can share with friends and colleagues.
58 Scroll and click Welcome to get back to the homepage of our website.
59 Consider using Twitter to help promote Global Collaboration. Share your event information or our flyer, for example. Use the hashtag #globaled19. Click Search query.
60 Type Search query #globaled19 and Press Enter.
61 Click Latest to see the latest Tweets for Global Collaboration Week!
62 Scroll down and click highlight. Favorite and re-tweet Tweets to your network!
63 Click highlight.
Here's an interactive tutorial for the visual learners