Revision History provides data on all of the collaboration that has taken place within a file, providing educators with a detailed record of the changes that have been made and work completed. This video tutorial will provide an overview of Revision History and how to navigate this tool.
- [Instructor] Let's take a look at how…the revision history can be helpful for teaching.…The revision history is built into your Google Docs…and allows you to go back and view…different versions of a document.…Not only can you view them, but you can even…revert back to an earlier version of a project.…This is a great tool to document and assist…with grading, especially in group projects.…It can be used to track participation.…You can see exactly what each student…has contributed to the project.…
The revision history provides a great way…to hold students accountable for their own work.…It also serves as a backup should someone accidentally…or even intentionally delete work.…For an individual working on a project,…the revision history is a great way to document progress…and show a student how much work they've accomplished.…It's a great way to see the thought process…that went into a project.…If a great deal of text appears all at once…in the revision history, it's obvious that it was…copied and pasted from another source,…
- Sending large attachments with Gmail
- Filtering email in Gmail
- Uploading and downloading files in Google Drive
- Creating student assignment folders
- Adjusting Google Docs sharing and security options
- Providing feedback in Docs
- Voice typing and translating content
- Collaborating with Google Sheets
- Presenting with Google Slides
- Creating and sharing Google Forms
- Building a self-grading quiz in Google Forms
- Creating events and appointments in Google Calendar
Skill Level Beginner
Teaching Techniques: Blended Learningwith Chris Mattia1h 37m Appropriate for all
2. Overview of Google Drive
3. Using Google Docs
4. Google Sheets
5. Google Slides
6. Google Forms
7. Google Calendar
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