Google Drive is a common tool for organizing and sharing materials. By digging into the deeper functions of Google Drive, you should be able to organize course materials, share materials with students, and take advantage of the additional programs connected to Google Drive, such as Docs, Slides, and Draw.
Additionally, we’ll learn the basics of Google Forms, a tool for creating short surveys and quizzes. By the end of this session you should know how to use Google Forms to create informal pre/mid/post-semester surveys, as well as quick reading quizzes.
Before starting: make sure you have a Gmail account and access to Google Drive.
Materials for Deeper Functions of Google Drive, Forms, and Draw