Using LucidChart Diagrams - Guest Blog Post

Guest Blog Post by Maria Burnham, Library Media Specialist

Today I want to talk to you about the Google Add-On "LucidChart Diagrams."  If you ever need to make a quick graphic organizer, Venn diagram, or flow chart and still be in your Google Drive, consider adding on LucidChart.  

In your Drive, in a new document, under the "Add-Ons" menu option, click on "Get Add-Ons".  Search for "LucidChart" and add it to your Drive.  Now, when you go back into the Add-Ons menu in your document, you should see "LucidChart Diagrams" as an option.  Select it and a side panel will appear.  

Click on the red "Create" button in the side panel, and you will see a menu of options to insert in your document.  Below is a preview of some options.



 

Select which chart you want to work with, the diagram will go into your document and you will have editing rights to the document while maintaining the format.  

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Maria Burnham is a passionate Library Media Specialist at one of our partner districts in Minnesota, Sauk Rapids-Rice. She shares her passion for technology in education with her peers in a weekly email highlighting tips and tricks to engage users in technology and Atomic Learning, which she cleverly named “Mondays with Maria.” That weekly email is where this guest blog post came from. We will continue to post Maria’s inspiration from time to time, feel free to share with others! You can follow her on twitter:

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