Three Ways to Use Google Drive for Student Assignments

collaboration with Google Drive

In this post, I offer three suggestions for assignments using Google Drive to create spaces for dialogue for you and your students.

Three Reasons MOOCs Should Include Digital Humanities Projects

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Of all the things Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) have to offer, their potential to spread digital humanities work beyond a single campus, library, or museum is possibly the most exciting to Evan. In this post, Evan considers three reasons why incorporating digital humanities projects into a MOOC would be an excellent idea.

Academic Technology Links October 3, 2012

This week’s links cover MOOCs and e-learning. Click through to read more about the development of massively individualized learning, Nicholas Carr’s take on MOOCs, the issue of “scaling” interaction in MOOCs, MIT’s attention to e-learning via its new president, and an Australian Vice-Chancellor’s warning about MOOCs.

Collecting Student Assignments with Google Drive

When someone has shared a document with you using Google Drive, you may get an email like this.

Since all students at W&M have Google accounts, they also have access to some of Google’s online applications, like Google Docs (now located within Google Drive). In this post, I consider how I would use Google Drive to accept and comment on student assignments in order to streamline my grading workflow.