Engage Students with Google Drive

One more great way to liven up class time, is to create a shared folder for a particular class, section, or group, into which files can be uploaded.  


This allows for students to use the folder as a dumping place for material gleaned as related to a specific topic.  While students are still in the brainstorming stage, they can easily start “grabbing” things from around the web (being sure to keep a bibliography document to cite any source, of course!) that they find useful.  Once they are finished, those files can be arranged and assembled into the assigned format.

I love, love, love using Google Drive in my day-to-day, and with students.  Interested in learning more about these great tools?  I’m now offering this mini-course on G Suite.  Check it out!




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