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Working and Teaching Paperless in the Cloud with Google Drive - 2-11-13

MBMS Professional Development February 11, 2012

Jane Lofton

on 12 February 2013

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Working & Teaching
in the Cloud with Why the Cloud? Why http://www.flickr.com/photos/12836528@N00/2511369048 ? Choose a
doc type A New Google Document Click here to name your document Click here to share
your document Be sure to use the email the people
use for their Google accounts. You can add multiple people or groups. Choose which kind
of access to grant. Choose this option to share
with up to 50 simultaneous people
with no sign in. When other people are viewing the
document, use this panel to see who is
on and to chat. Click here to add
general comments Or, highlight text, and right click to
comment on a specific item. Folders list Upload files
or folders Search for a file or folder Create a
new document,
presentation, etc. Have students use naming
conventions to help you
organize the documents
shared with you. This is the most common option to use. Chats are only saved as long as the
current viewing/editing session. Creating a New Doc Sharing Documents Choose this option to share and make
searchable on the web. Chatting Adding Comments A few more tips... Share a file to anyone with the link, view-only, and have students then copy it as a template to create their own version Why I
Google Forms they're so easy! http://www.flubaroo.com/ Bold = edited since
my last view check time stamps Nobody's Perfect :-( Docs isn't robust enough for desktop publishing
Issues with Internet Explorer
Students under 13 can't establish their own accounts except with Google Apps
You never know when changes will occur
It's still a little funky on iPads
Long urls - it's important to shorten urls when sharing links Grab a column & make
into a Wordle How to Create a Scantron:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vmHZpwg7sPxP9syUpM0TakoNaSNU3kM9RD906_0mHug/edit Use address entries
to plot on a map Use forms as acknowledgments that students/parents have read
& agree to class expectations Why I Or ... Some Forms
Ideas Create Capture information See results really Tip: You can also share folders really or, choose Drive from the Menu
options at Google.com Using Main Drive Screen Naming Your Document sort columns or, what I don't really Organize student work in folders Check Revision History Take advantage of notifications and check revision history for shared documents Integrate with Google Groups to share with groups of users all at once. You can park ALL your files in Google Drive, altho not quite as robust for this as Dropbox Use a url shortener, like bit.ly, to share doc links,
or, embed share url in a webpage Mira Costa HS:
The "old" way Mira Costa with
Google Drive Direct link:
http://drive.google.com by Jane Lofton
Teacher Librarian, Mira Costa HS
February 11, 2013 http://www.flickr.com/photos/razor512/8272978749/ Lose the flash drive http://www.flickr.com/photos/pixagraphic/4244292846/ Access from Anywhere http://www.flickr.com/photos/susanvg/3382838948/ Collaboration Saves Automatically... You always have
the latest version http://www.flickr.com/photos/yourdon/3589043862/ Platform Independent Select sort options Work Paperless http://www.flickr.com/photos/toastie97/239300739/ between students with fellow teachers on the iPad It's getting better,
but not as robust as
on a computer
Latest information:
http://bit.ly/WPVlyi http://bit.ly/DriveSurvey Please complete this survey: Files list Your file is saved automatically
each time you make a change Your folders Shared folders Create your own folders

And/or, have students share their own folders with you Visit this example document
and add something to it:
http://bit.ly/googledrive2-11-13 Drive Drive icon chart: http://bit.ly/Xw2zFh Upload and Store your other files in Google Drive Convert .... or don't Converted = Can be edited Not converted Appears here Use the App ...
or Use the Safari Browser add your own notes Create Quizzes Exercise:
1. Create a new document on your computer
2. Find it on your iPad
3. Share it with your neighbor from the iPad Click title to open a file for viewing, then choose Edit to Edit Click the arrow icon to
access share and Edit options Click the + to create new files
or upload images Share a folder with all your students, then put each file you want to share in there. Some Great Resources https://docs.google.com/present/view?id=dhn2vcv5_8323t58h3ft https://docs.google.com/present/view?id=dhn2vcv5_779cnssm5g7 Google Teacher Academy Google Docs Page Google Docs in the Classroom "Crib Sheet" from Google "36 Interesting Ways to Use Google Docs in the Classroom" Collaborative Slideshow "79 Interesting Ways to Use Google Forms in the Classroom" https://sites.google.com/site/gtaresources/events/2012-04-04/docs Thanks for coming! My contact information:
Jane Lofton
Teacher Librarian, Mira Costa HS,
Manhattan Beach USD

Please visit the library website:
http://mchslibrary.org This presentation file at:
http://bit.ly/XwfFlS https://docs.google.com/document/d/1RvZCFXAR9bF8PI5ad5MttUMn5NtyLIDMnFAqtm50WqA/edit Take advantage of offline access - using the Chrome browser Richard Byrne's Google Drive for Teachers Handbook:
http://www.freetech4teachers.com/2012/11/free-again-google-drive-for-teachers.html#.URkfgFpxePd And, his new Google Drive on the iPad:
http://www.freetech4teachers.com/2013/02/a-short-guide-to-using-google-drive-on.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+freetech4teachers%2FcGEY+%28Free+Technology+for+Teachers%29#.URkiIVpxePd Great way to store photos Try it!
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