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Easy Student Collaboration with Google Drive

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Would you like your students to be able to easily collaborate no matter where they are? If so, have you considered using Google Drive and Google Docs? Whether you are in a face-to-face, blended, or online class, Google Drive can be used for easy collaboration among your students or with others outside the four walls of the classroom. Join Dr. Jayme Linton as she explores the benefits of using Google Drive and Google Docs for anytime, anywhere collaboration. She will explain what Google Drive is and provide examples of ways in which it can be used. She will also demonstrate how easy it is to create and share a collaborate document that can be accessed and edited by anyone given permission. Come discover strategies and examples for using Google Drive for collaboration and interaction - no matter what type of class you are teaching.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Saturday, November 5, 2016 @ 11:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Communication & Collaboration, Google Basics, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: collaboration, collaborative, Google Docs, Google Drive, student projects

Reviews (30)

Full Member
Very helpful information!
Thank you for all the links and tutorials.
Full Member
thank you very much for a very specific concise overview of all that we can use google docs for in the classroom. the links to the tutorials are so helpful. i love the collaboration among students.
Full Member
Full Member
Great information. Thanks!
Full Member
This webinar will get you thinking of ways you can collaborate in your classroom. Viewing this video is time well spent.
Full Member
Great info. Thanks!
Full Member
Great tips
Full Member
Thank you for a great presentation and good information.
Full Member
Great presentation - more teachers need to incorporate collaborative learning, perhaps this can inspire them to do so. It looks so easy, with a little experimentation.
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