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Save Time and Paper: Collecting Student Work in a Paperless Classroom

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Running a paperless classroom is great, but figuring out how students will turn in their digital work can be tricky. Many school districts do not allow students to use email during school, and do we really need to know our students' personal email addresses? In this session, join Jerry Swiatek as he explores how you can use Dropbox or Google Drive to collect your students' digital works. He will also explore several tools that can be used with these services to help transform the way students turn in their work. Learn how easy it can be to begin the transition to a paperless classroom using Dropbox or Google Drive.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Saturday, July 23, 2016 @ 1:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Classroom Management, Google, Organizational & Time-saving Tools
Tags: Classroom Management, Dropbox, file sharing, Organizational and Time-saving Tools, paperless classroom, share files

Reviews (58)

Full Member
Awesome presentation!! This takes a culture change, but totally possible!
Full Member
Informative webinar about dropbox and google drive (outside of google classroom). I certainly learned something new.
Full Member
Thank you so much. I like dropbox too!
Full Member
I really enjoyed this webinar. Excellent job.
Full Member
Excellent presentation with many new resources to explore.
Full Member
Thank you for sharing the livebinder and explanations of the dropbox. Will use your resources.
Full Member
I think Mr. Swiatek is part Vulcan!!!!(Total compliment dude). My mind is swimming with possibilities and I need time to digest and play in the tech world. Great info...Utterly, utterly fabulous Darlinks! :O)~
Full Member
Thanks Jerry for a great presentation. I can't wait to apply some of your resources.
Full Member

Wonderful information, thank you Jerry. I'm going to check out your Livebinder.
Full Member
Helpful tips.
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