GSuite (Google Apps for Education)
Google Drive offers unlimited cloud-based storage for word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, forms and drawings documents. Google Drive provides an easy-to-use, integrated way for teachers and students to work together on projects, reports and more, and to collect and share information in a secure environment. There are many advantages to using Google Drive!
Anytime, anywhere access – Web-based Google Drive safely stores documents online, making them accessible to authorized users from any computer or mobile device, whenever they are needed. No need to save files to a USB drive, you can always access your files from any internet browser.
Collaboration support – Google Drive lets users easily invite others to work on the same document at the same time, without the hassle of attaching and sending documents by email. Sharing privileges ensure access by only the right people or groups, and allow editing, comment-only, or read-only access.
Autosave and revision history – Continuous autosave ensures that current work stays safe, preserving ongoing drafts and edits. A complete revision history makes it easy to review, compare, or revert to a prior version at any point.
Shared folders – Files and Docs that are regularly used by teams or groups stay organized and up-to-date – without the need to manage and communicate changes.
Templates – Ready-made templates covering a wide range of document and report types help jump-start writing projects. Templates can be copied with one click and then modified like any other document.G Suite Apps
- Google Docs Sheet (link)
- Google Slides Sheet (link)
- Google Sheets Sheet (link)
- Google Forms Sheet (link)
- Google Drawings Sheet (link)
Google Forms References
- Sharing a Google Doc via Google Forms (link)
- Completing Google Forms (video link)
- Google Forms Expanded Cheat Sheet (link)