Centralizing school documents


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Centralizing school documents

Google Drive not only gives us the ability to share documents with ourself in a variety of locations, it also gives us the ability to upload information and then share that with a variety of users. One thing you can do inside your school building is to create a centralized place or a library of commonly-used documents. These can be things such as letters to parents, or a field trip permission forms, or even if you have some instructions on how to use the latest grade book that your school's using. To do this the first step is to go ahead and upload some documents. Now when we're uploading directly to Google Drive we have two options. We can either upload files or folders.

When I click on the upload icon which is directly next to the word create, here I have to chose whether or not I'm going to upload individual files, or an entire folder. I'm going to go and select folder. In the exercise files under chapter four, I have a folder called school documents. Now currently this folder only ha...

Centralizing school documents
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Centralizing school documents provides you with in-depth training on Education + Elearning. Taught by Aaron Quigley as part of the Google Apps for Educators

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