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HyperDoc Design School

Session Description

Join us for HyperDoc Design School! Take a close look at all the design features of our favorite HyperDoc packaging tools, Google Docs and Presentations. This session will include a step by step tour of both applications to create visually engaging digital lessons. Learn basic graphic design techniques such as color relationships and font pairings. In Docs, learn how to insert tables, change cell colors, modify borders, redesign page backgrounds, and re-imagine images. Elevate Presentations to a whole new level by designing with shapes and slide carnival templates. Once the secrets of the HyperDoc Design school are unlocked, you will be able to personalize your own brand of digital lessons.

Session Schedule

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Session Presenter

Lisa Highfill
Technology Integration Specialist
Pleasanton Unified School District, CA

Lisa Highfill describes herself as a thinker, philosopher, debater, and geek. She was a classroom teacher for over twenty years, and is currently Pleasanton Unified School District?s Instructional Technology coach. Working in the ed tech field since 1998 when she earned her Master's Degree in Ed Tech Leadership, she went on to become a Google Certified Innovator, a YouTube Star Teacher, a Merit Fellow, and a Leading Edge Digital Educator. Lisa serves on many advisory boards including GoogleEDU and Imagine K12 and presents at ed tech conferences around the country. Lisa is the co-creator and co-author of The HyperDoc Handbook.