Oct 11 2010

Collaboration Tips and Ideas

Your second activity from me comes in the form of a Google Presentation (not terribly original, I know, but you’ll see why as you step through it). Step through all the slides and visit some of the links that are included. Read the assignment on the last three slides and post your responses in the comments below.

Enjoy!


Google Presentation – Collaboration Tips and Ideas

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    • Jada Reed on October 15, 2010 at 3:08 pm
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    I enjoyed being able to make my own form. There are so many uses for that type of form. I had no idea that I could go there and do that! Thanks for showing us how to do that. I did have A LOT of trouble trying to e-mail it to all of you. I always use my email through angel, and when I was trying to add all of you to my e-mail just through gus. I couldn’t find anyone, and still haven’t been able to do so! šŸ™ So, I hope all of you get it okay!

    • ryancorcoran on October 15, 2010 at 3:36 pm
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    Great job!! I just filled out the form, so depending on how you have it set to notify you, you should at least be able to look at your spreadsheet and see my entry. Yes, I agree that PSU doesn’t make it very easy to find our e-mail addresses, and maybe that’s by design. I know that in the course roster, you have the option of displaying your e-mail or not, and not everyone has made it visible.

    I hope you find ways to use these forms in the future! (I use them a TON at work now.)

    • pallender on October 17, 2010 at 11:49 am
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    Wow! What a powerful tool. I did not know about using Google Docs. Thanks for an interesting lesson. I will use this application more often. I can really see using it at the present time for my course surveys at the end of the year.
    I am having problems using my gus email account, so I hope you get it correctly. I can use my email through angel just not gus.

    • Amy Cooper on October 18, 2010 at 11:42 am
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    Thanks for showing us how to make a Google Doc. What a useful tool. I definitely will be using them in the future.

    I hope you all received my form. Pam’s was sent back undelivered. I’ll try again!

      • ryancorcoran on October 18, 2010 at 2:14 pm
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      I got it and filled it out just fine. Pam indicated that she can’t access her GUS mail account for some reason, so that’s probably why hers came back undeliverable.

      I hope you find that feature useful! Thanks for participating.

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