The Guide to Keeping Up With Google - Part 4- G+ CommunitiesThe Guide to Keeping Up with Google – Part 4: Google+ Communities

Welcome to Part 4 of The Guide to Keeping Up with Google! Keeping up with Google is a fun challenge! Knowing where to look and who to follow will help you stay on top of all of the Google updates and features. Google+ has a lot to offer educators who are willing to connect and learn together. One of my favorite features of G+ are the communities. Be sure you check out my 5 Reasons Educators Should Be on G+. You can find a community of educators on just about any topic on G+.

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Google Educator Groups, aka GEGs, are Google+ communities for educators to connect, collaborate and pick up new creative ideas from one another. GEG activities happen in both face-to-face settings and online. These groups are a great place to ask questions about Google tools and connect with like-minded Google-using educators. GEGs are free to join, and there are hundreds across the globe. Click here to find a GEG near you.

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Google+ Communities

But Google Educator Groups are just the tip of the iceberg. There are so many Google+ Communities that will help you learn more about Google Apps, and find out about the latest updates and resources. Below are just a few of the other Google+ Communities that will help you stay up-to-day on all things Google!



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What are you favorite G+ Communities for keeping up with Google? Please share in the comments below.

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