Google                                                                    Docs / Dr                                       ...
Google Drive (or Docs)• Sharing• Collaborating• Commenting• Accessing
Google Drive (or Docs)For example, you could:•All work together on a draft document in a meeting, agree and finalize it be...
Google Drive (or Docs)Sharing a document with colleagues…Should I create from scratch in Google or share a MS Worddoc (etc...
Google Drive (or Docs)Sharing a document with colleagues…Tips:•When sharing a doc – always send an email to colleagues you...
Google Drive (or Docs)Folders: Sharing a Folder with colleagues…Note:When you share a folder, the new permissions are push...
Google Drive (or Docs)Videos and Images•Filtering from your list•Preview videos•Storage space•An easy supply of Creative C...
How are you                                                                   using Docs?Image from: http://www.flickr.com...
Google FormsA fantastically easy way to…•Create a form or survey or invitation to send out tocolleagues (via email or embe...
Google Forms         Creating a Google Form…Hint:Whilst creating the form questions, it is much better tocreate one at a t...
How are you                                                                   using Docs?Image from: http://www.flickr.com...
Google SitesA fantastically easy way to…•Create a website and get it online quickly•Share resources - internally or extern...
How are you                                                                   using Docs?Image from: http://www.flickr.com...
Lets look at Google+(... what is it?)
http://plus.google.com
Its a social space...... to connect and share with others
And it can bepublic... or asprivate as you want
Posts areshared withdifferentlevels ofprivacy...    ... you              choose
But... circles... are a littlebit mysterious
3 thingsto knowabout circles...
1.
2.
3.
Google+ is more than that though...
There are hangouts too...
(... whats a hangout??)
Hang-out (n): InformalA place where one lives orfrequently haunts
Not quite
Think of them as aplace to gather
There are severalways to get there...
In fact... you canhang out from lotsof different places
And once youre hanging out...
... theres more stuff
... for you to explore
Chat face to face...
Edit documents together
Present ideas...
Watch a video together...
Draw a diagram together...
Or sketch out an idea...
Lets take a look...
How are you                                                                   using Docs?Image from: http://www.flickr.com...
Any more info?http://www.shef.ac.uk/cics/googleplus
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Presentation for the Faculty of Arts and Humanities Support Staff on Google Apps including Docs, Drive, Forms, Sites and Google+
Sarah Horrigan, Learning Technologies Manager
University of Sheffield

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  • Short discussion (5 mins) How are you using Google docs? How might you use them? Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/stephenpoff/3140466634/
  • Short discussion (5 mins) How are you using Google forms? How might you use them? Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/stephenpoff/3140466634/
  • Short discussion (5 mins) How are you using Google forms? How might you use them? Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/stephenpoff/3140466634/
  • http://www.thefreedictionary.com/hang+out
  • Short discussion (5 mins) How are you using Google forms? How might you use them? Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/stephenpoff/3140466634/
  • Google Drive, Forms, Sites, Plus

    1. 1. Google Docs / Dr ive Forms Sites Hangouts Sarah Horrigan Learning Technologies ManagerImage from http://www.flickr.com/photos/13522901@N00/166894436
    2. 2. Google Drive (or Docs)• Sharing• Collaborating• Commenting• Accessing
    3. 3. Google Drive (or Docs)For example, you could:•All work together on a draft document in a meeting, agree and finalize it before theend of the meeting…•Take live ‘minutes’, allowing others to edit/amend in real time if necessary.•Share a document to work on at your own pace, in your own time.•Check on previous versions (Revision History) which show dates/times and colourcodes who changed what. You are able to revert back to earlier versions, shouldyou wish.•Use as a convenient back-up and / or file store•Access shared docs from anywhere with internet
    4. 4. Google Drive (or Docs)Sharing a document with colleagues…Should I create from scratch in Google or share a MS Worddoc (etc.)?Considerations:•Are you wanting colleagues to comment?•Are you going to review / amend the doc?
    5. 5. Google Drive (or Docs)Sharing a document with colleagues…Tips:•When sharing a doc – always send an email to colleagues you wish to sharewith•Give the title of the doc a useful, descriptive name, in order to make it easierfor colleagues to search for from their list.•Star those documents you need frequent access to•Tables created in Word can sometimes lose partial formatting when uploaded,so consider using Google docs to create these.•Docs save automatically every few minutes
    6. 6. Google Drive (or Docs)Folders: Sharing a Folder with colleagues…Note:When you share a folder, the new permissions are pushed to all collections anddocs within the main collection. Normally this happens quickly, but occasionally,it could take a couple of minutes.Heres an example of how access permissions work with shared folders:•I create a document and share it with Leiza, and then add it to a folder calledWorking Docs. If I then share Working Docs with Danny, the document willbe shared with both Sarah and Danny.
    7. 7. Google Drive (or Docs)Videos and Images•Filtering from your list•Preview videos•Storage space•An easy supply of Creative Commons licensed images
    8. 8. How are you using Docs?Image from: http://www.flickr.com/photos/stephenpoff/3140466634/
    9. 9. Google FormsA fantastically easy way to…•Create a form or survey or invitation to send out tocolleagues (via email or embedded in a site, etc.)•Canvas opinion•Manage event bookingsFrom Google Forms you can•Access the automatically created spreadsheet data•Run a report from the data with graphs and charts
    10. 10. Google Forms Creating a Google Form…Hint:Whilst creating the form questions, it is much better tocreate one at a time, in the correct order required(rather than moving questions into different positions).Otherwise, moving questions later, can causeconfusion in the spreadsheet columns.
    11. 11. How are you using Docs?Image from: http://www.flickr.com/photos/stephenpoff/3140466634/
    12. 12. Google SitesA fantastically easy way to…•Create a website and get it online quickly•Share resources - internally or externally•Organise administrative tasks•Can template pages for others to streamline•Edit together / restrict by page
    13. 13. How are you using Docs?Image from: http://www.flickr.com/photos/stephenpoff/3140466634/
    14. 14. Lets look at Google+(... what is it?)
    15. 15. http://plus.google.com
    16. 16. Its a social space...... to connect and share with others
    17. 17. And it can bepublic... or asprivate as you want
    18. 18. Posts areshared withdifferentlevels ofprivacy... ... you choose
    19. 19. But... circles... are a littlebit mysterious
    20. 20. 3 thingsto knowabout circles...
    21. 21. 1.
    22. 22. 2.
    23. 23. 3.
    24. 24. Google+ is more than that though...
    25. 25. There are hangouts too...
    26. 26. (... whats a hangout??)
    27. 27. Hang-out (n): InformalA place where one lives orfrequently haunts
    28. 28. Not quite
    29. 29. Think of them as aplace to gather
    30. 30. There are severalways to get there...
    31. 31. In fact... you canhang out from lotsof different places
    32. 32. And once youre hanging out...
    33. 33. ... theres more stuff
    34. 34. ... for you to explore
    35. 35. Chat face to face...
    36. 36. Edit documents together
    37. 37. Present ideas...
    38. 38. Watch a video together...
    39. 39. Draw a diagram together...
    40. 40. Or sketch out an idea...
    41. 41. Lets take a look...
    42. 42. How are you using Docs?Image from: http://www.flickr.com/photos/stephenpoff/3140466634/
    43. 43. Any more info?http://www.shef.ac.uk/cics/googleplus
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