I like Google Apps. I especially like their potential in education. Up until about a month ago Google's information on this was a little cumbersome to navigate with a few deadend URLs!. The site is now ordered by user type, tools & solutions, and general information. This will make Google in Education even easier to get to grips with!
There are so many good technologies to engage your learners out there but how to you use them in real educational situations? Although this free pdf book is a couple of years old it still contains good pedagogic ideas that can be used with many technologies. Short sharp overviews divided into suggested age groups provide an easily accessed catalogue of inspiration for all practitioners.
An introduction to Google in Education including Apps for Education a free set of communication and collaboration tools.
Mark Ayton's insight:
Google Apps for Education is BIG in every sense! It's everywhere, and there's a lot too it. So how to you get your head 'round it? This 40min overview delivered by Google in a Jisc webinar is as good a way to start as any!
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