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Streamline Student Collaboration and Communication with Google Apps

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Overview

Using Google Apps makes it easy for students to collaborate, communicate, and co-create in a variety of ways. Join Lyn Hilt as she discusses ways in which students and teachers can use the free productivity suite of Google Apps so that they can collaborate from almost anywhere, whether at home or at school. In addition to showing how easy it is to create, share, and edit a document, Lyn will give examples of how students can utilize the features so that you can develop and nurture a collaborative learning environment.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Saturday, October 8, 2016 @ 12:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Communication & Collaboration, Google Intermediate
Tags: Collaboration, Communication, data analysis, data collection, Google Docs, Google Drive, teamwork

Reviews (26)

Full Member
+2
 
Awesome resource!
Full Member
+1
 
Thank you for the Google apps tips.
Basic Member
 
Love the flippity link.... so many useful resources.
Basic Member
 
Very helpful! It was great to see how Google Slides can be used. Thanks!
Full Member
 
Helpful information about how students can use. Google Apps to collaborate on projects.
Full Member
+3
 
This webinar covers several things our school is trying to strengthen with students: Collaboration and communication. It's easy to overlook everyday technology. We get in a rut. It's incredible that we have something right in front of us that we can use in a slightly different way to strengthen those lifelong skills.
Full Member
 
ENJOYED
Full Member
 
I thought this was so helpful!! Thank you!
Full Member
+2
 
excellent
Full Member
 
Loved it! Thank you for all the great ideas on collaborative projects through the G Suite :) Now I just need to figure out how to make sure the students are responsible digital citizens and not abusing the comment and chat feature on google docs! it's posing a problem!
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