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Google Calendar + IMAP by Connect Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Google Calendar and IMAP by Connect

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About Google Calendar

Google Calendar is the time management and scheduling tool created by Google. It allows you to make appointments, organize your daily tasks, and more.

About IMAP by Connect

IMAP stands for Internet message access protocol, which is a widely used e-mail retrieval protocol that is supported by millions of mail servers worldwide and is available in Microsoft, Google, and Yahoo! products. Also, take a look at our SMTP service.

IMAP by Connect Integrations

Best ways to Integrate Google Calendar + IMAP by Connect

  • Google Calendar Google Calendar

    IMAP by Connect + Google Calendar

    Create Detailed Event to Google Calendar from New Mailbox in IMAP by Connect Read More...
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    Quick Add Event in Google Calendar when New Mailbox is created in IMAP by Connect Read More...
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    IMAP by Connect + Google Calendar

    Update Event in Google Calendar when New Mailbox is created in IMAP by Connect Read More...
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    IMAP by Connect + Google Calendar

    Create Detailed Event to Google Calendar from New Email in IMAP by Connect Read More...
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    IMAP by Connect + Google Calendar

    Quick Add Event in Google Calendar when New Email is created in IMAP by Connect Read More...
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    Triggers
  • Event Start

    Triggers a specified time before an event starts.

  • New Event

    Triggers when an event is created.

  • New Event Matching Search

    Triggers every time an event matching a search is created.

  • New Email

    Triggers when you receive a new email.

  • New Mailbox

    Triggers when you add a new mailbox to your account.

    Actions
  • Create Detailed Event

    Add a new event on Google Calendar, defining each field.

  • Quick Add Event

    Create an event from incoming text sections. Google screens the text content for date, time, and description details.

  • Update Event

    Update an event. Updates only the fields that are filled.

How Google Calendar & IMAP by Connect Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Google Calendar as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick IMAP by Connect as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Google Calendar to IMAP by Connect.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Google Calendar and IMAP by Connect

Google Calendar

Google Calendar is a free online calendar that allows you to create and manage calendars. You can add, delete, and edit events on your calendar. It also allows you to share calendars with friends and cpleagues. In addition, it supports many languages and cultures.

IMAP by Connect

IMAP By Connect is a free email spution that synchronizes your Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, Exchange or other email accounts with your local email program such as Outlook or Thunderbird. It allows you to view, search, and read messages from your email accounts in your local email program. It comes with a built-in spam filter and virus scanner to protect your computer from harmful emails. It also allows you to reply to or forward e-mails without sending your password to the mail server. It uses your existing Internet connection (cable, DSL, satellite, etc.. It is also compatible with almost any email client including Microsoft® Outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird, Eudora, IncrediMail, etc.

Integration of Google Calendar and IMAP by Connect

Google Calendar and IMAP by Connect allow you to integrate both programs into one application. Using this integration, you can get an overview of your Google Calendar events and emails by connecting them together. You can add appointments and meetings in your Google Calendar and add emails in your inbox to Google Calendar and IMAP by Connect. This integration will ensure that all your important appointments are instantly reflected in your calendar. This means that if you receive an email about a meeting or appointment at work or schop, you do not have to worry about missing the meeting because you are out of office or out of town. You can see all your upcoming meetings and appointments together in your Google Calendar and you can immediately send a response if needed.

Integration of Google Calendar and IMAP by Connect

Benefits of Integration of Google Calendar and IMAP by Connect

The integration of Google Calendar and IMAP by Connect offers a variety of benefits. First, it allows you to schedule meetings easily online. You can invite people to meetings via e-mail without having to install any additional software. Second, it allows you to save time when scheduling meetings. It eliminates the need to print out meeting invitations and distribute them manually. The third benefit is that it allows you to access your calendar anywhere anytime. Your calendar will always be accessible wherever there is an Internet connection. The last benefit is that it saves you time by eliminating the need for printing out calendars or managing multiple calendars manually.

In conclusion, I hope you will consider using the integration of Google Calendar and IMAP by Connect because it has numerous benefits over other methods of sharing calendars and accessing your email account.

© Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2016

Adrian WallworkEnglish for Academic Correspondence English for Academic Research10.1007/978-3-319-26435-6_20

  • Literacy Narratives

Adrian Wallwork1

(1)English for Academics, Pisa, Italy

Adrian Wallwork

Email. [email protected]

“Literacy narratives” are stories that form part of an individual’s personal history regarding their own literacy development (Lindfors 2000. They vary in length depending on the topic being discussed and may take the form of narratives, letters, articles, poems, interviews or memoirs. The main point of difference between literacy narratives and other forms of writing is that they are written from the writer’s perspective, which gives them a personal slant (see Figure 20.1.

Fig. 20.1Personal narrative

As early as 1998, Lindfors (2000. identified three types of literacy narrative. self-reflexive autobiographical narratives , autobiographical narratives focusing on a specific experience related to language use, and biographical narratives . In each type of narrative the author focuses on their own personal experience or feeling in relation to literacy rather than on an abstract subject matter. As Lindfors states. “it is the narrator who decides what the narrative will be about, how it will be structured, and how long it will be” (ibid.. 3. If a personal writing assignment does not include such an element then it becomes more like an article where the topic is more impersonal and the content therefore less individualized (ibid.. 4.

In this chapter I have decided to focus on the first type of narrative outlined above as it will help my students understand the kind of writing they will be asked to produce while studying at university level. Personal narratives may be used as projects within an English degree course but they can also be used as assignments in other social science degrees or even in business or computing degrees where students may have to write a reflective article about how their communication skills have developed leading up to the present day (see Chapter 19 for information about reflective articles.

Before we begin to discuss different ways of eliciting personal narratives from students I would like to outline some useful tips for teachers. 1)Do not try to impose a structure on your students; instead let them decide what they want to write about; 2)Give them plenty of time to write their stories; 3)Be sensitive to their feelings; 4)Provide them with examples in the form of published examples; 5)Encourage peer feedback through small group discussions; 6)Allow time for revising drafts before final submission; 7)Allow time for them to revisit their stories after receiving peer feedback and finally 8)Do not try to give them feedback if you did not like what they wrote about!

Typical Writing Prompts for Personal Narratives

A typical writing prompt for a personal narrative might be something like this. Tell us about an event that had a strong impact on your life so far (e.g., moving to another country at a young age. This will help us understand what kind of experiences have shaped your values and how you think about yourself as a person today (personal narratives. Another example might be like this. How did you learn English? What was it like learning English as a second language? Write about your experiences as a non-native speaker who has learned English outside their home country (personal narratives. Another example might be. What difficulties did you encounter while learning English? How did these difficulties change over time? How did they affect the way you communicate with others (personal narratives)? Once again the prompt will usually ask students to write about their personal experiences when learning this new language outside of their home country (personal narratives.

Example of a Personal Narrative

I have decided to choose one of my own articles that I wrote while I was studying at university as an example in this chapter because it illustrates how I used personal narratives in my academic writing while I was at university (see Example 20.1 below. While I was studying at university I was taking courses on both social sciences and natural sciences so I had very different topics for my writing assignments. Some of my assignments were about texts such as Shakespeare’s Hamlet or Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment whereas other assignments were about my own personal experiences such as the one presented here which was written for my Social Sciences degree course. I went back through my pd files and found this article which I wrote in 2004 while studying at university in Italy as part of my Social Sciences degree program. We were asked to write a personal narrative article describing our own experiences when coming into contact with people from other countries while studying abroad at university level (personal narratives.

Example 20.1Personal Narrative Essay About Studying Abroad at University Level

Studying abroad at university level helped me develop my communication skills in many ways. Firstly I began communicating with people from different regions of Italy who spoke different Italian dialects which made me more aware of how different people speak differently depending on where they come from within Italy (personal narratives. Secondly I began communicating with people from different European countries such as France, Germany, Austria, Denmark, Sweden and Hpland helping me understand different cultures from an English-speaking point of view (personal narratives. Thirdly I began communicating with people from different countries outside Europe such as South America, Africa and Asia helping me realize how similar some cultures were despite geographical distances (personal narratives. Finally I began communicating with people from different social classes such as businessmen from China who were paying tuition fees for their children’s education compared with students whose parents were paying all their tuition fees for them (personal narratives. Throughout all these encounters I began communicating with people from different socio-economic backgrounds which helped me develop my intercultural awareness skills (personal narratives.

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