Tuesday, June 18 • 1:40pm - 2:40pm
Digital Dig into Google Docs

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Google Docs is one of the core apps in G Suite for Education and on the surface, it is similar to most other word processing programs. Dig a little deeper and you will discover that Google Docs contains features that others do not. For example, did you know that students could potentially complete an entire assignment without leaving the doc? Yep, no surfing the internet or getting lost when having to go in and out of the Google Doc. Many of these lesser-known features can really amplify the users’ experience so let’s get digging into Google Docs. This session will benefit all teachers using Google Docs for instruction.
After a brief introduction, participants will dig into a Google Doc to complete several tasks that explore some of the lesser-known features.

1) Participants will discover features within Google Docs that amplify the user's experience.
2) Participants will leave with their very own copy of Digital Dig into Google Docs that can be used with their students or colleagues for exploring.
3) Participants will discover the ease of collaboration while using Google Docs.

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Dru Piersol

Instructional Technology Coach, SCCPSS
Dru is a Google for Education Certified Trainer and Google Certified Educator and currently serves as an Instructional Technology Coach for the Savannah Chatham County Public School System. She is an educator with 31+ years of experience - 12 years in middle school and 16 years in... Read More →

Tuesday June 18, 2019 1:40pm - 2:40pm

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