Google has been involved in the education world since the beginning. Many of you probably view Google a just a search engine, but it is so much more!
Let me introduce you to Google Docs:
That’s right! No flash drive needed! You can compose your writing in Google Docs and then access the same writing from home or on any computer that has Internet access. Better yet, you can create spreadsheets or even presentations and edit them in real-time!
Watch Google Docs presentation for Educators here if embedded player above does not work.
1. Go to my Google Doc and explore.
2. Leave a comment on my Junkie Doc.
3. Follow the link to access the document: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RbNajBgp-PETzDXBJ9uN6IGMTDW-Cwkd4Yuh7m1BXN0/edit?hl=en&authkey=CISP4sQJ
When you go to the document- note some of the features: you can see who is online with you editing the document. When you leave comments you are allowing for discussion on each individual post. If you are the creator of the document you can monitor and resolve comments.
No student emails needed and guess what??!!! You already have a Google Account so you will be able to access all the Google tools your tech-savvy self desires at this very moment!! Watch this tutorial on how to share a document with students without having to create student emails.
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