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Getting Started: Rocket League

Overview

Rocket League is a free-to-play game available from Epic Games. To download, install the Epic Games Launcher, sign up for an account, and download Rocket League for free from the store.

  1. Go to the Epic Games website
  2. Download the Launcher by clicking “GET EPIC GAMES” in the top right
  3. When prompted, download the file and install the Launcher
  4. Sign up for an account
  5. Access the store to purchase and download Rocket League

Rocket ID and Friends Lists

To connect on Rocket League, you’ll need to add your coach and club members to your friends list.

This lets you connect and play with your friends in tournaments.

Rocket ID: Green Arrow
Friends list: red Arrow

Rocket League Challenges

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Getting Started: Fortnite

Overview

Fortnite is a free-to-play game available from Epic Games. To download:

  1. Go to the Epic Games website
  2. Download the Launcher by clicking “GET EPIC GAMES” in the top right
  3. When prompted, download the file and install the Launcher
  4. Sign up for an account
  5. Access the store to purchase and download Fortnite

Epic ID and Friends Lists

To connect on Fortnite, you’ll need to add your coach and club members to your friends list.

This lets you connect and play with your friends in tournaments.

Epic ID: Red Arrow

Find your Epic ID at the bottom-left of the launcher.

Fortnite Challenges

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Getting Started: Google Drive

Overview

Google Drive is a file management platform that comes with every Google account. It is a shared workspace to communicate, think, and create together. It can be used as:

  • A storage for your own work
  • A shared space for your group or club to store work

Tips and Tricks

Copy Only Link: Turn a file with a Google Drive link into a copy-only version by adding “/copy” to the end of the link. Example:

 https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1wOujjkgy9i_tkp7PZEz5X1Vk1Qldy4kWkEfAacN2BWg/copy

Sharing settings tips:

Share your Slides, Docs or Sheets with the Share button in the top right

When submitting a challenge, make sure the link you submit is set to “viewer”

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Getting Started: Google Sheets

Overview

Google Sheets is more than a spreadsheet platform, it’s a shared workspace to communicate, think, and create, and code together. It can be used as:

  • A ledger to track and organize your many projects
  • An organizer for large, small, and varied sets of data and information
  • A shared workspace that can be edited by many at the same time

Artifacts Made with Google Slides

Tips and Tricks

Copy Only Link: Turn a Google Docs or Slides link into a copy-only version by adding “/copy” to the end of the link. Example:

 https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1wOujjkgy9i_tkp7PZEz5X1Vk1Qldy4kWkEfAacN2BWg/copy

Sharing settings tips:

Share your Slides, Docs or Sheets with the Share button in the top right

When submitting a challenge, make sure the link you submit is set to “viewer”

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Getting Started: Google Docs

Overview

Google Docs is more than a word processor, it’s a shared workspace to communicate, think, and create together. It can be used as:

  • As a virtual whiteboard
  • An art, book, photography, or publishing platform
  • A shared workspace that can be edited by many at the same time
  • A prototype space to understand mechanics and concepts

Artifacts Made with Google Docs

Tips and Tricks

Copy Only Link: Turn a Google Docs or Slides link into a copy-only version by adding “/copy” to the end of the link. Example:

 https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1wOujjkgy9i_tkp7PZEz5X1Vk1Qldy4kWkEfAacN2BWg/copy

Sharing settings tips:

Share your Slides, Docs or Sheets with the Share button in the top right

When submitting a challenge, make sure the link you submit is set to “viewer”

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Getting Started: Google Slides

Overview

Google slides is more than a presentation platform, it’s a shared workspace to communicate, think, and create together. It can be used as:

  • As a virtual whiteboard
  • An art, book, photography, or publishing platform
  • A shared workspace that can be edited by many at the same time
  • A prototype space to understand mechanics and concepts

Artifacts Made with Google Slides

Tips and Tricks

Copy Only Link: Turn a Google Docs or Slides link into a copy-only version by adding “/copy” to the end of the link. Example:

 https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1wOujjkgy9i_tkp7PZEz5X1Vk1Qldy4kWkEfAacN2BWg/copy

Book Margins: You need more margin than you think.

Click ctrl e + g to see the guides - use these to make your margins

Your slide may be bigger than you think. Size it to reality.

Sharing settings tips:

Share your Slides, Docs or Sheets with the Share button in the top right

When submitting a challenge, make sure the link you submit is set to “viewer”