In Steal Like an Artist, Austin Kleon (2012) talks about creating a “swipe file … a file to keep track of the stuff you’ve swiped from others” (p. 287 more words
After yesterday’s iPad challenge, I realized how much potential Google Drive has in terms of sharing with other apps. Although there are many issues with it (the fact that the iPad app has only a fraction of the desktop functionality being the main one) the collaboration feature, the fact that it is free, the fact that you can open and upload Google documents in many different apps, the fact that it is free, and being able to access your documents across platforms makes it invaluable for teachers and students. 100 more words
The eternal struggle. I love an old-fashioned written to-do list, but sometimes it just doesn’t cut it. Luckily, I’ve discovered a few tools for staying organized. 382 more words
Google Drive explained:
Get it? Because Google Drive…is a cloud…storage…never mind.
Google Drive also comes with Google Docs, Google Forms and Google Sheets, all of which do not only allow a user to store files, but also allows them to do collaborative works. 79 more words