Stakeholder Survey/estudio de las partes interesadas

In an effort to improve system practices, Desert Oasis High is conducting a Stakeholder Survey (Agency).  We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey.

In order to complete the survey, please go to:

Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous.  Your honest opinion is appreciated.

Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.

En un esfuerzo por mejorar las prácticas del sistema, Desert Oasis High School está llevando a cabo un estudio de las partes interesadas (Agencia). Valoramos su opinión y pedimos que te tomes el tiempo para completar esta encuesta.

Para completar la encuesta, visite:

Tengo por seguro de que sus respuestas a esta encuesta serán anónimas. Se aprecia su opinión honesta.

Gracias por su tiempo y atención a este asunto.

Google Docs Embed test

This is an example of using Google Docs as a WYSIWYG web editor.

Davidson Building in Ellensburg, WA-HDR Pano.jpg

This is the Davidson Building in Ellensburg, WA. Matt took this picture on Saturday, November 14th, 2015. Here are some links related to the Davidson Building found using the Research tool in Google Docs:

Ellensburg History

1889 – Davidson Building – Ellensburg, Washington

Davidson Building

The sparkling Davidson Building

Link to another doc

This is some content…

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…placed in a table…


…to create a three-column layout

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It looks like there may be a couple issues with this approach. For one, Google seems to cache a published version of the doc, so that you can’t view the live doc right away on the webpage in which the doc is embedded. There is a delay of a few minutes before the published doc becomes “live” after being updated in the editor, even if Docs says “All changes saved in Drive.” The problem with this is that the embedded document may not appear exactly the way is appears in the Docs editor, especially in the case of images surrounded by wrapped text. However, other that that, content looks the same in the embedded version as the Docs version. Text automatically word-wraps to fit the width of the page. However, full-width items like tables do not wrap well, so this is not a mobile-friendly solution if the pages contain complex formatting. However, for simple pages with images and text, this looks like it will be a good way to give non-tech-savvy users an easy-to-use interface for editing pages that would otherwise be difficult for them to manage.