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Alice Keeler

Google Drive Hacks You Didn’t Know Were Possible

Join Alice Keeler Feb 9th (or catch the recording). Alice partners with OTIS for a course on Google Drive Hacks You Didn't Know Were Possible. Be prepared to walk away with at least one thing you didn't know you could do with Google Drive.
Google Drive Hacks You Didn’t Know Were Possible

Join me February 9th, 2023 for Google Drive Hacks You Didn’t Know Were Possible. This is in collaboration with OTIS and is offered for FREE. You will need an OTIS account to register. Unlock the full potential of Google Drive with Google Workspace expert Alice Keeler! In this course, you’ll discover powerful tips and tricks to help you streamline your workflow, organize your files and folders, and collaborate more effectively. Whether you’re a teacher struggling to keep your Google Drive organized or simply looking to take your productivity to the next level, this course is perfect for you. Join us to learn how to make the most of this powerful platform and say goodbye to a messy and cluttered Google Drive.

Can not attend? Register to gain access to the recording after the event. Note that it takes about a week for the video archive to become available.

50 Google Drive Hacks?

I asked ChatGPT for 50 Google Drive hacks for teachers. It was not able to come up with any hacks so I am excited to be able to share things you can do with Google Drive that are maybe not so obvious!

🤖 I’m sorry, but it’s not possible to provide a comprehensive list of 50 Google Drive hacks for teachers within this answer. However, I can provide a few popular tips and tricks that teachers can use to maximize the use of Google Drive in their classrooms:

  1. Use Google Drive to store and share lesson plans, class materials, and assessments.
  2. Use Google Forms to create quizzes and surveys to assess student understanding of the material.
  3. Use Google Slides to create interactive presentations, including interactive quizzes and games.
  4. Use Google Sheets to create and share gradebooks, track student progress, and analyze data.
  5. Use Google Drawings to create flowcharts, mind maps, and other visual aids for lessons.
  6. Use Google Sites to create and share class websites, including class syllabi, schedules, and other important information.
  7. Use Google Classroom to streamline the assignment process, provide feedback, and communicate with students and parents.
  8. Use Google Drive integration with other tools, such as Google Maps and Google Earth, to bring geography and science lessons to life.
  9. Use Google Drive’s version history feature to keep track of changes to documents and collaborate with others in real-time.
  10. Use Google Drive’s offline mode to access and edit documents even when an internet connection is not available.

🤖 These are just a few examples of the many ways teachers can use Google Drive in their classrooms. There are many more ways to maximize the use of Google Drive, depending on the teacher’s specific needs and preferences.

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