Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Building a Paperless Classroom in the Cloud using Google Apps for Education


For those teachers using Google Documents to replace hard-copy printed work in the classroom, often file management can be problematic.  When students create a Google Document, spreadsheet or presentation... by default it's not shared with you.  Teaching students how to share documents is helpful, but the last thing I want is an email box full of notifications informing me that I've been granted access to 20 plus student documents with each of my 7 sections of students.  Additionally, now I've got a Google Drive folder that's full of individual documents that have no organization.  There is a better way...

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