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Using Google Apps to Foster Global Collaborations

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One of the most effective ways to get students collaborating with each other is to use tools that are easily accessible. If the tools are browser agnostic, have no demand for installations or updates, …

One of the most effective ways to get students collaborating with each other is to use tools that are easily accessible. If the tools are browser agnostic, have no demand for installations or updates, and are intuitive, the collaboration is more likely to be effective. Together, let’s look at Google Forms, Docs and Sites as a suite of tools to facilitate and foster Global collaborations.

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  • 1. Using Google Apps to Foster Global Collaborationspresented by Lisa ThumannSr. Specialist in Technology Education, CMSCE, Rutgers Universityhttp://thumannresources.com@lthumann on Twitter
    One of the most effective ways to get students collaborating with each other is to use tools that are easily accessible. If the tools are browser agnostic, have no demand for installations or updates, and are intuitive, the collaboration is more likely to be effective. Together, let’s look at Google Forms, Docs and Sites as a suite of tools to facilitate and foster Global collaborations.
  • 2. Horizon Report 2009“Increasingly, thosewho use technology in ways that expand theirglobal connections are more likely to advance,while those who do not will find themselves onthe sidelines.”
    http://www.nmc.org/pdf/2009-Horizon-Report.pdf
  • 3. Where to Look for Global Collaborations
    Flat Classroom Project
    GlobalSchool.net
    KidLink.org
    The Landmark Project
    The Teacher’s Guide to International Collaboration on the Internet
  • 4. Global Educators on Twitter
    https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=pM_ZE5BS0SgqDabnhl8Z2aA&hl=en#gid=0
  • 5. Global Educators on Twitter
    http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?key=pM_ZE5BS0SgqDabnhl8Z2aA&hl=en
  • 6. EdSteps-Global Competency Matrix
    http://edsteps.org/CCSSO/SampleWorks/matrix.pdf
  • 7. Google Apps
  • 8. Cross Platform
  • 9. Browser Agnostic
  • 10. https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dENEQjlnVUN5UlBQamlsZU9zb3NfSVE6MQ
  • 11. Google Forms Templates
    https://docs.google.com/templates?type=forms
  • 12. Google Docs – Collaborative Writing
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1uq4TTC2mohhR4b5sDEZeuubDTesvl34mNxfkP1LAYt0/edit?hl=en&authkey=CLXNksYN
  • 13. Google Sites – Building Websites
    https://sites.google.com/
  • 14. https://sites.google.com/a/vmbulldogs.com/van-meter-secondary-library-voice/
  • 15. Q & A