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Google Drive Basics How To Document

For those of you who know me well, you may know that my sister is also a teacher working in a small school in northern New Hampshire teaching grades 1 & 2. Today she is presenting Google Drive to a group of teachers who are just beginning their conversion to Google Apps for Education (GAFE). The presentation itself was a collaborative project that we did together. To support the teachers after the fact, I created a Google Document to go over the basics with a focus on sharing. I also included links to the support documents from Google itself to go over the individual document types and sharing settings since those change so often.

If you are interested in checking it out, you can find it on my "Guides & Tutorials" website by clicking here.


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