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Gateway Tools for Google Drive: Research

Each month I spend the first Friday of the month doing "forced" tech PD time at the middle school. I really like meeting with each grade level as a whole and learning more about what I can do to support them. This month I opted to do a "gateway tools" segment designed to encourage use of Google Drive over the traditional methods. Or simply to show off tools to seasoned users that they may not have known about. I'm going to break out the tools that I covered in a series of blog posts to make it easy. For this first post, I'm going to cover...

Researching within Google Drive


How cool is that?!? Check it out and let me know what you think!

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