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Links 1 through 10 of 26 by Mark Wagner tagged googledocs

Cool self-grading quiz script for Google Docs (potentially easier than IF formulas, with additional features).

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Here's a video introducing the new features in Google Docs. Click through to view.

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Click through for details on how to switch and why: Real time collaboration, Higher-quality imports, Chat with other collaborators, and Ruler.

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This Google Form can be a great model for teachers to use with students to help plan, organize, and bring purpose to their blogging.

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Seventeen slides from Tom Barrett on Fifteen Interesting Ways (and Tips) to use Google Docs in the Classroom.

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Google Docs has a powerful new feature... the ability to create "drawings" in a word processing document: "It's easy to create drawings using lines, free hand scribbles, text labels and a large choice of shapes that you can move, resize, rotate and adjust. Group, order, align and distribute and other features are available when you select objects you've drawn. You can also customize a range of shape properties, from line widths to fill color, and from arrowheads to font size, and much more."

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This appeared on the Google Docs blog back on Dec 22. I'm sharing it here for the future.

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This article includes a workaround for creating student email accounts for use with Google Docs (and other web services that require email accounts). It also reminds me of sci-fi books I've read where the bad guys send messages from one-time email accounts.

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We want to collect your example projects and ideas for how to best use Google Docs (documents, presentations, spreadsheets, and forms) in the classroom. We'll collect your ideas and share them with all educators on our Docs page on the Google for Educators site.

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From the introduction: "A few weeks ago, Tom Barrett wrote about how he introduces Year 5 students to Google Docs. This week he shares some common challenges teachers face when students begin working together on collaborative projects."

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