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Google Drive Tips and Tutorials

Drive - Google Apps Learning Center v4

Google Apps Learning Center for new users to Google Apps. Here you can get started with Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs and Google Sites. Printable guides, instructional videos and tutorials!

Google Drive: Access and organize your files - Google Drive

Walkthrough Google Document about accessing and organizing your files in Google Drive

Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides: Share and collaborate - Google Drive

Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides: Share and collaborate

10 Great Tools to Integrate with your Google Docs ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Since Google officially changed Google Docs name to Google Drive and a number of updates have been introduced to improve its overall performance. One very recent update is an increase of cloud storage capacity to 15GB usable across Gmail, Drive, and Google Plus.

6 Must Have Google Drive Extensions for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Today while I was editing a shared document one of my colleagues sent me over Google Drive , it dawned on me to compile a list of some interesting extensions I am using on my Google Drive. Using these apps will make your Google Drive experience way better than you have ever imagined.

Important Google Drive Tip for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Google Drive is a great place to house all of your important Docs and files, along with everything your friends and colleagues have shared with you. The two main sections of Google Drive, My Drive and Shared with me, are actually very different and it's worth understanding the relationship.

5 Crucial Google Drive Tips for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Google Drive is one of the best cloud storage services available online . Beside its being free to use, it also offers 15 GB of free storage capacity with the possibility of buying more.

A new activity stream in Drive shows you what's changed

(Cross-posted from the Official Enterprise Blog) Drive makes group projects easier because everyone can share files and work together. But in today's busy world, it's tough to track the changes to all your shared to-do lists, budgets and presentations, especially when content changes so often.

Using Docs, Sheets, & Slides - Google Apps Learning Center v4

Google Apps Learning Center for new users to Google Apps. Here you can get started with Google Docs. Printable guides, instructional videos and tutorials!

Assignment Dropbox with Google Form

Gone are the days when students complete a paper worksheet and then put it in the wire box on the teacher's desk. In today's world, students are creating digital projects using a variety of tools on computers and mobile devices. It can become difficult for the teacher to find and keep track of all of the students' digital products/projects.

Flippity - Online Flashcards from a Google Spreadsheet!

This awesome tool allows you to quickly and easily create online flashcards from information in a Google spreadsheet. Go to Flippity.net Follow the on-screen instructions and prompts to:a. Make a copy of the provided Google Spreadsheet. b. Enter your questions and answers. c. Publish the spreadsheet and copy the URL . Students can make the cards by submitting questions and answers via a form.

Free Technology for Teachers: A Short Guide to Using Google Drive on Your iPad

Cross-posted from iPad Apps for School. For a devoted Google Drive user like myself having Google Drive on my iPad is a must. Last week I had some questions from readers about how to use Google Drive on their iPads. This weekend I put together a short guide to using Google Drive on your iPad.

Creating Classroom Discussions with Google Sheets

Here is an easy way to get started using spreadsheets in your classroom. I use Google Sheets to have students enter in their voice on a discussion topic. I can project the entire spreadsheet to the board and see students entering their answer in live time.

Provide Your Directions in a Google Doc

I have found that over the tenure of my teaching career I am not always as clear as I think I am. Inevitably at least a few students will misunderstand my directions or I accidentally leave out a detail. It can be embarrassing and difficult for students to ask a question.

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