Saturday, June 2, 2012

Google Drive and Docs for Teachers

Keystone recently became a Google Apps for Education district, and both teachers and students are loving the online access to their documents as well as the opportunities for collaboration. Soon after we created our accounts, Google added Drive, which gives us online and offline access not only to our Google Docs, but also to any other files we choose to save in this 5 GB of free space.

To help teachers get started their Google Drive and Docs accounts, Richard Byrne of the Free Technology for Teachers blog created an ebook with helpful tips, which I've embedded below.


Google Drive and Docs for Teachers 2012

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