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Teach Collaborative Revision with Google Docs

Google for Educators has partnered with Writing magazine to put together a handy little piece on how to use Google Docs to teach collaborative revision.

The content is aimed at secondary students, but still contains some useful takeaways for post-sec, especially if you are new to Google Docs. There is a step by step how-to guide to using Google Docs (available as a pdf, not a Google Doc?) and a pdf about the revision features of Google Docs.

CC BY 4.0 Teach Collaborative Revision with Google Docs by Clint Lalonde is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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Wrangler of learning technologies by day, Dad, cyclist, soccer fan and, lately, home roaster of coffee by night. INFJ. I am the Manager of Educational Technologies at BCcampus, working primarily on open education projects. This blog is a personal blog and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of BCcampus.

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  1. I am going to use that wonderful tool for Problem Based Learning (PBL) in my microbiology 203 (BIOL 203) class at Camosun. Will let you know about the results

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