An autumn full of news!

More choices, more flexibility! The difference between the license versions and how to customize your domain!

Webinar 14. September 15.00

Welcome to the Online Partners Webinar on Google Workspace for Education! We have an exciting autumn ahead of us, where we will see a lot of news in Google Workspace for Education! We go through some of our favorite news and at the same time sort out what is in the different licensed versions of Google Workspace for Education and what settings you can make to customize your school domain.

This is a webinar for you who are a system administrator or who is otherwise involved in the design of how to use Google Workspace for Education. There are many customizations and features you can enable to increase security and provide teachers and students with better and more effective tools that enhance engagement and collaboration. Learn more about this in our webinar and ask our experts about everything you want to know!

Meet our experts

With many years of experience from the teaching profession and as a school leader, our experts know exactly what challenges you have to work as teachers and administrators. They know everything and a little more about Google Workspace for Education and will share their best tips and tricks with a focus on data security, more effective teaching, better engagement and collaboration.

Have questions about using Google Workspace for Education or what licenses to use? Whatever you are wondering – ask your questions directly to our experts!

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Daniel Johansson
Principal, Google Certified Innovator and Instructor

Online partner

Henning Knudsen
Sales Norway
Online Partner

Kim Nilsen Aarberg

Teacher Specialist PfDK, Follese School
Askøy Municipality

Patrik Zackrisson
Sales and marketing manager
Online Partner

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