You can create graphics for your website with Google Drawings at drawings.google.com. You can save your creation as a .png or .jpg image. But, if you instead use embed code to insert into a webpage, you can make changes to the drawing and those changes will automatically be reflected on your website. So, for example, you could embed a drawing as your website header. You can put spiderweb icons in the corners for October. Then in November you can replace the spiderwebs with turkeys. Or, maybe you embed a drawing with a photo collage that you change each week. The changes you make in the Google Drawings document are made to any embeds on your site!
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  • learninginhandYou can create graphics for your website with Google Drawings at drawings.google.com. You can save your creation as a .png or .jpg image. But, if you instead use embed code to insert into a webpage, you can make changes to the drawing and those changes will automatically be reflected on your website. So, for example, you could embed a drawing as your website header. You can put spiderweb icons in the corners for October. Then in November you can replace the spiderwebs with turkeys. Or, maybe you embed a drawing with a photo collage that you change each week. The changes you make in the Google Drawings document are made to any embeds on your site!

  • learninginhandGoogle Drawings currently has no mobile apps. So you'll need to create your graphics on a laptop or desktop. #edtech #gsuited #gaetc16 #googledrawing
  • twardteacherI so enjoyed your presentations yesterday at @GaETC
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