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Discover how to use Google Apps to become more productive in class and after school. In this course, author and educator Aaron Quigley shows students how to work with Gmail, Google Calendar, and Drive to communicate and collaborate with classmates, become more organized, and save time. Learn how to manage school and personal email, back up your assignments, create a class website, and connect with others on Google+. Teachers can also use this course to get tips to help their students succeed inside and outside the classroom.
Hello. And welcome to Google Apps For Students. Throughout this course, we will explore how to leverage the power of Google Apps in the process of learning new information, all through the lens of a student. We will discuss tips and tricks for both in class and study best practices, as well as how to manage time and projects with Google Apps. This course is designed to help students become more organized and to help save time in everyday student tasks. Even though we will explore Google Apps from the perspective of a student, teachers can also use this course to learn how to help their students succeed by recommending these tips and tricks inside the classroom.
I hope you enjoy exploring the educational uses of Google Apps, and that this course helps you become a better more efficient learner.
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