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Using Google Apps for Education

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Quick description of Google Apps. I recommend downloading and viewing in PowerPoint as the screenshots don't resize well.

Quick description of Google Apps. I recommend downloading and viewing in PowerPoint as the screenshots don't resize well.

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  • 1. Using Google Apps for Education • Create a learning community (free of charge) • Create, share and collaborate documents, spreadsheets and presentations. • Create web pages and publish documents. • Communicate with your community by email, IM and voice calling. • Organize and publish events using Google Calendar • If you don’t own a web domain, register and set one up through Google. (£4.78 per year) This can make setting up Google Apps somewhat more straightforward.
  • 2. The start page Users need to be able to access a link to the Google Apps start page. I created a link from an existing website.
  • 3. The start page One example of a start page. The colours, logos and various modules are all customizable.
  • 4. The log-in. User names and passwords can be created in Excel and imported to save time.
  • 5. The log-in. This is the link to Google Docs.
  • 6. Google Docs This is how Google Docs looks on logging in.
  • 7. Using Google Docs Create a new document, spreadsheet, presentation or folder.
  • 8. Using Google Docs The word processing application is simple and fast to use.
  • 9. Collaborating with Google Docs To share the document is easy…
  • 10. Collaborating with Google Docs Select the community members to share the document with.
  • 11. Collaborating with Google Docs People can be invited as collaborators (with editing rights) or as viewers.
  • 12. Collaborating with Google Docs If email has been activated, an invitation to view the document can be sent.
  • 13. Collaborating with Google Docs It is easy to track with whom the document is being currently shared.
  • 14. Collaborating with Google Docs This is the view of another member of the community who can see the document being shared.
  • 15. Collaborating with Google Docs The document can be edited simultaneously with other users.
  • 16. Collaborating with Google Docs The ‘Revision’s tab keeps track on who has edited the document.
  • 17. Collaborating with Google Docs The document has been thoroughly revised after collaboration.
  • 18. Using Google Docs Documents and other files can be organized into folders. Files can be exported in a number of common formats including .pdf.
  • 19. Using Google Docs Files can be uploaded and shared with the community.
  • 20. Using Google Apps for Education • Google Apps is fairly simple to set up. • There is a huge potential for collaborative work and peer assessment. • The community is more private than a wiki. • It is free of charge. • Help and advice at the Google Group: http:// groups.google.com/group/google-for-educators • More ideas from Doug Belshaw