Using Google Drive - Faculty

Using Google Drive - Faculty

Google Document

  • Upload your class syllabus

     

  • Upload the reading list

     

  • Upload outline / skeleton notes for each lecture

     

  • Share pre-class / post-class notes

     

  • Upload additional, supportive, supplementary notes and links

     

  • Invite 'class-notetaker(s)' / 'scribe(s)' to upload lecture notes and invite class to collaborate to refine and annotate these notes​

     

  • Have students use Google Document to write their papers which they can share with you for feedback before submission and / or after submission

     

  • Set your class a 'collaborative' assignment - ensure individual contributions can be identified by having students turn on notifications

     

  • Provide assignment criteria / rubric

     

Google Presentation

  • Upload lecture presentations

Google Spreadsheet

  • Assignment checklist and submissions

     

  • Record grades with an organized grade book

     

  • Track attendance, assignments turned-in, grades

     

  • Store a database of contact information for students

     

  • Upload a weekly class schedule

     

  • Plot out lecture schedule and assessment events

     

Google Form

  • Collect contact details for students to create a mailing list for class

     

  • Create quizzes / solicit feedback

     

Google Draw

  • Use for 'graphical representation' (GR) of process, procedure, knowledge

     

  • Set assignment - partially completed GR, students to complete and submit for grading