In this lesson, you will communicate with a group using several digital tools.
The communication and collaboration skills you learn in this lesson can help plan and
organize any large-scale project.
When you collaborate with a group on a project, communication is important.
Sharing information effectively will help keep your group organized and connected as
you complete the project.
The example in this lesson is a neighborhood cleanup project, but you will practice communicating
about a project you and your class or group are doing.
Large group projects often involve many people and might take weeks or months to complete.
Using digital tools to communicate can help keep any big project running smoothly and efficiently.
In this lesson, you will use email and meetings to communicate with your project team.
These are effective ways to share information about a project with groups of people.
As you complete this lesson, you will practice digital skills that help make communicating
with groups through email, meetings, and other methods more efficient and effective.
In this lesson, you will Create a contact label for your group,
Write an email to your group and link it to a document,
And create a meeting agenda in a document.
To begin, sign in to your Google account.
Open a new tab in your browser, and navigate to Google.com.
If you are not signed in, do so now.
If you do not have a Google account, pause the video and create one now.
After you are signed in, open Google Contacts.
Now, it’s your turn: Sign in to your Google account.
And open Google Contacts.