Yup! There are a couple of different Add-ons that will do this. One of them, called Wizy Mail Merge & Doc Merge with Attachments, would work especially well for this.
I have a teacher who would like to send her Google Calendar in an email. How does one do this?
Sharing your calendar with family, friends, and colleagues is not only a really thoughtful thing to do, but it's very useful as well! Share your classroom calendar with parents so they can see your daily schedule. Create a new calendar so that you and your colleagues can plan lessons. The possibilities are endless once you know how to get it to them.
So I tried this crazy thing at Orchard Elementary School today.
I have several trainings coming up that I needed to plan, so I was going to be working on them at my desk all day. To accomplish this, I could have planted myself in my boring little cubicle at the Lincoln Center, but I had a brainstorm: I decided that instead of doing my office hours at my office today, I would do them at a real live school. I sent out an email (ok, more like 10 of them) to the staff offering my "services," and telling them that I would be working in the lab if anyone wanted to come and see me.
It looked like this:
It was so fun! I had people come ask how to set up a website, how to fix things on their blogs, how to make their Chrome browser more efficient, how to make movie trailers in iMovie, and more! I already have my next school scheduled, and I'm thinking I'll make this a weekly thing. I shall henceforth be serving as Geek on Demand!
I heart my Contacts. Ok, yes, I love the people I contact, but here I mean that I love having lists of people to whom I can quickly send a message, share a document, or invite to a Calendar event. This tool is also AWESOME when working with students. You can set up Contact Groups for your classes, for your parents, for differentiated groups, and even for groups of your colleagues. When I have several groups of people I frequently contact (as groups), I set up Contact Groups and save myself a bunch of time, not to mention memory power and visualization in trying to remember who might have been sitting in which seat around a table in a meeting or gathered around in a group at a training.
How to make it happen: