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Links And Resources

Page history last edited by John Pearce 10 years, 4 months ago

The following are links to some blogs, notes and presentations related to Cloud Computing especially as it relates to the classroom.

 

  • Twenty-one Interesting Ways to Use Google Docs in the Classroom is a Google Presentation initiated by Tom Barrett to which you may wish to learn from or contribute to.

     

 

  • Educause - This organisation publishes a number of resources under the heading of 7 Things. Their 7 Things You Need To Know About Cloud Computing is a two page monograph that is well worth a read.

     

  • Derek's Blog - 8 ways cloud computing may change schools is a really concise summary by New Zealand Educator Derek Wenmouth.

     

  • anseo.net - Heads in the Cloud is a great post from Irish educator detailing how his school uses Google Docs and other Google products across the school including as a noticeboard, rollbook and planning and reporting facility amongst other uses.

     

  • ICT in My Classroom - Tom Barrett's great post Introducing Google Docs To The Class details how he introduced for the third year in a row his newest class of year 5's to Google Docs via Google Spreadsheets. This post is choc full of great tips on how to getstarted in a classroom.

     

  • Using Google Docs in the Classroom - This page from Google looks at how you can set up student accounts and get them sharing their Google Docs within the group.

     

     

  • Google Tools For Schools - Jennifer Dorman a Google Certified Teacher has designed Google Tools For Schools as a clearinghouse of Google resources to support her Google Boot Camp workshops. 

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