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Using Google Docs & Apps @ Eisenhower



Teachers and Students should

Click Here To Login To Eisenhower Google Apps



To Learn More About Google Docs & Apps

see the tutorials and videos below


What is it?

Google Docs is a free online word processor, spreadsheet, and presentation editor that allows you to create, store, share, and collaborate on documents with others. If you know how to use other word processors, spreadsheets, and presentation programs, you can easily use Google Docs. Instead of emailing files back and forth between collaborators, Google Docs allows people to work on a single version of a document together online. You can also create web-based surveys to collect information from students, teachers, or parents.


Why use it?


Students can use Google Docs to:

•    Work on their files from any computer—all they need is a internet connection.

•    Get instant feedback on their work from multiple collaborators and their teacher.


Teachers can use Google Docs to:

•    Provide timely feedback to students at any point during the writing process.

•    Collaborate with colleagues on shared materials and assessment data.


Google Docs Tutorials and Help - This is an excellent tutorial. Be sure to click on the next button in the lower left hand corner of the page; you may have to scroll down to see it.


Google Docs Help Center


Getting to know Google Docs: Google Docs basics


Google Apps for Education Information Page  - Official Google Page


Google Apps for Education - Blog with Videos


Teachers and Principals Talk about Google Docs

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Why Google Apps for Education?

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Google Docs in Plain English

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Import files into Google Docs

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Revision history in Google Docs

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