How Could Google Docs Be Used In Education?
The unique features of Google Docs lend themselves to Educational and Business use!
- Multiple users on different computers can edit the same spreadsheet at the same time. Changes appear on users' screens within one second - group work made easy! 
- Communication between teachers and students/colleagues is enhanced through the built in Google Talk technology, which allows users to chat about assignments or projects while working on them! 
- Users can share their documents, spreadsheets, or presentations with 200 people anywhere in the world - not only is this above the average students in a classroom or business meeting, but this also allows the opportunity for projects to be done internationally! 
- Not only does Google Docs perform the basic functions of Microsoft Word, but users can also access the internet which allows students and coworkers to access their documents from any computer connected to the internet! 
- If a student is absent from school, or a coworker is absent from a meeting, they can access the needed information and complete their work from home on their computer!
We have tons of ideas for teachers and coworkers on how to incorporate Google Docs into their classroom and workplace! We have separated our information for you into four groups; Elementary Education, Secondary Education, Post-Secondary Education and Business. Get ready to enhance your learning environment with an efficient and user-friendly tool!
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