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Exploring the World: A Virtual Field Trip Adventure

Need a sub assignment? Have your students gone virtual? Or do you just need to get out of the classroom? Create your own virtual field trip using Google Slides to help guide exploration in a dynamic and interactive way.

A virtual field trip is a digital journey to a place of learning that can be explored from the comfort of your own home.  Through Google Slides, participants can visit museums, historical sites, and other famous landmarks. Learn about culture and history of places you want to visit, as well as engage in activities that bring the experience to life. This is a great way to supplement traditional field trips or provide an alternative option when an in-person trip isn’t possible.

In this class, you’ll learn:

  • how to create an interactive slideshow in Google Slides
  • when to hide a slide
  • how to add a button
  • where to insert videos and images to engage viewers
  • And more!

Attendee Info

Educator Attendees are eligible for two hours of PD credit.

This is a hybrid technology class–it will be offered in-person in Technology Classroom A on the 3rd floor of the Main Library and online via a Zoom webinar. Registration is required!

To attend in person at the Main Library, please use the “register” button found to right or at the bottom of this page.

To register to attend the class virtually, please use the button below to register via Zoom. It might be helpful to install Zoom on your computer or mobile device beforehand (which you can do by clicking here).

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If you have questions, email digital@cals.org or call 501-918-3068.


Date and Time

July 26 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am