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Google Drive in Ed 2013
Google Drive in Ed 2013
Google Drive in Ed 2013
Google Drive in Ed 2013
Google Drive in Ed 2013
Google Drive in Ed 2013
Google Drive in Ed 2013
Google Drive in Ed 2013
Google Drive in Ed 2013
Google Drive in Ed 2013
Google Drive in Ed 2013
Google Drive in Ed 2013
Google Drive in Ed 2013
Google Drive in Ed 2013
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Google Drive in Ed 2013

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What are the benefits of Google Drive in your classroom?

What are the benefits of Google Drive in your classroom?

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  • 1. I n E d u c a t i o n1
  • 2. EDUCATIONALTECHNOLOGY 2
  • 3. www.TheTechProfe.com3
  • 4. G o o g l e D r i v e i sE v e r y w h e r eb e c a u s e y o u a r ee v e r y w h e r e4
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  • 6. Sharing CollaboratingCommenting AccessingGoogle Drive (or Docs)6
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  • 8. 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, should youwish.•Use as a convenient back-up and / or file store•Access shared docs from anywhere with internet8
  • 9. 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?9
  • 10. Google Drive (or Docs)Sharing a document with colleagues…Tips:•When sharing a doc – always send an email to colleagues you wish to share with•Give the title of the doc a useful, descriptive name, in order to make it easier forcolleagues 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, soconsider using Google docs to create these.•Docs save automatically every few minutes10
  • 11. Google Drive (or Docs)Folders: Sharing a Folder with colleagues…Note:When you share a folder, the new permissions are pushed to all collections and docswithin the main collection. Normally this happens quickly, but occasionally, it couldtake 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 will beshared with both Sarah and Danny.11
  • 12. Google Drive (or Docs)Videos and Images•Filtering from your list•Preview videos•Storage space•An easy supply of Creative Commons licensed images12
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